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Vick leaves the Eagles-Steelers game with a thumb injury

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Michael Vick was injured in Thursday night’s game.

Michael Vick (Getty Images)

Vick was injured in the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers tilt at Lincoln Financial Field. He injured his left thumb in the second quarter.

He hit his thumb off the helmet of Eagles center Jason Kelce. The incident happened on an incomplete pass.

He put his thumb on ice, and x-rays were taken at halftime. Those x-rays eventually came back negative.

He had 3,303 yards and 18 touchdowns, along with 14 interceptions, last year in 13 games.

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