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Michael Vick returns back to training

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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has return back to training on Monday evening, after pull out of three consecutive matches with two broken ribs injury.

The 31-year-old Michael Vick has been feeling good at the moment and expected to play against Miami Dolphins at FOX Sun Life Stadium this weekend. Vick has suffered broken ribs injury in the Philadelphia Eagles defeated by Arizona Cardinals with a 21-17 at home on 13th November. Vick has made 11 touchdowns including 11 interceptions with 3-6 in nine starts this season. Eagles are having 1-2 without Vick, as the Titans Pro Bowl quarterback Vince Young recorded four touch downs along with eight interceptions.

Philadelphia Eagles Center Jason Kelce said team is very excited about Michael Vick’s come back and hopes to be fit to play next game against Miami Dolphins. Eagles requires to clinch the victory in their last four games to prevent their first losing season since 2005 and only their second in 13-years under head coach Andy Reid. Eagles’ holds the third place in NFC East and having 4-8 win loss record this season.

Miami Dolphins will clash against Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday 11th December at FOX Sun Life Stadium. Dolphins have clinched victory in four out of last five games, while Eagles lost four of their last five games. Vick, who has not participated in the training from past three weeks, he has no uneasiness in throwing on Monday.

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