"Today was another stepping stone," said Vick, who was limited on the team's official injury report. "I think we’ll go and work it out before the game and see how it feels. Until then, I’m going to continue to get treatment and I’ve got some things that I’m going to try to do today to try to get it better."
Vick wants to be on the field on Sunday as the Eagles look for their third win of the season, but he and the Eagles training staff are going to make sure that he plays only if his hamstring is ready.
"It’s important to be 100 percent, but with this type of injury if you do anything out of the ordinary than you can prolong the recovery process, so I’m just trying to be smart about it and our training staff is as well," Vick said.
Earlier in the day, head coach Chip Kelly met the media at the NovaCare Complex and updated Vick's hamstring injury, saying that Vick is improving, and that he remains "day by day" as far as his status for Sunday's game in Tampa.
"Mike got through all the individuals (in practice) and some of the work in seven-on-seven," said Kelly. "The good thing is that we still have three full days to evaluate."
Vick suffered a left hamstring injury during Sunday's 36-21 win over the Giants and has been limited in practice all week.
Kelly said he will take as much time as possible to give Vick time to recover. Kelly said Vick told him his hamstring felt "good." Kelly said he could wait until Sunday morning to make a decision on who starts at quarterback.
"We're never going to put him in harm's way and we're always going to do what's best for the team," said Kelly.
"Day by day, it's getting better." Chung said following practice. Of course I want to play. I'm looking forward to playing a lot, but I don't make those decisions. I'm not going to rush it. I'm going to keep getting better day by day and see how it goes from there.
"I think all of the guys felt fresh today moving around, and then tomorrow will be another recover day for us, so we felt good," Chung said.