Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, who sat out Sunday's loss to Washington because of a concussion, could return to action next week, ProFootballTalk.com reported Sunday.
According to the report, it's believed the Eagles may have overstated the seriousness of Vick's concussion by calling it a significant concussion. That would have allowed to Eagles to justify keeping Vick on the sidelines if rookie Nick Foles played well on Sunday.
However, Foles struggled in the 31-6 loss to the Redskins, so the Eagles need Vick back and have no need to overstate Vick's condition.
So Vick may be back for the Eagles next game on Monday, Nov. 26, against Carolina, although he still is unlikely to be with the team after this season.