Michael Vick will return to the starting lineup for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Vick took the first-team reps in Tuesday's practice with backup Nick Foles sidelined, but he didn't push for fear of a setback.
"It's too early to (test) it," Vick said. "I wish I could give you a definite answer on (starting), but I can't right now. At some point I'll do that -- I'll test it out this week."
Vick is set to return following a two-game absence with a hamstring injury. Vick left the Oct. 6 game against the Giants only to see Foles rally Philadelphia for a victory in the fourth quarter. Foles also guided the Eagles to a win Week 6 at Tampa Bay, but left last week's loss to the Dallas Cowboys with a concussion.
"I can pretty much set my mind to play however I want to play," Vick said when asked if he can play at less than full health. "I'm going to do everything I can to get back out there."
Vick was sacked 14 times in the first four games, and 28 times in his past 12 games.
The Eagles (3-4) last swept the Giants in the regular season in 2010.