Head coach Chip Kelly said on Wednesday morning at his pre-practice press conference at the NovaCare Complex that quarterback Michael Vick remains "day to day." Vick once again took part in warmups and individual drills, but his participation in practice was limited for the second straight day.
Vick took part in some segments of practice on Tuesday after suffering a left hamstring injury in Sunday's 36-21 win over the New York Giants. He was on the field practicing with the team again on Wednesday, and wore football pants during the portion -- individual and warm-up work -- that was open to the media.
"It's the same thing I said the other day. It's day to day," said Kelly. "We'll see how it goes."
Vick took part in only individual work in Tuesday's practice and did not take part in the seven-on-seven or team portion of practice. Though Vick was announced as a limited participant for Wednesday, the number of snaps and drills that he participated in remains unknown.
"We'll see how he is and we'll adjust accordingly," Kelly said before practice, when asked if Vick would increase his workload on Wednesday.
Nick Foles did the work on Tuesday with the first-team offense, and Matt Barkley worked as the backup.
Kelly said that Vick and safety Patrick Chung, who has missed two games with a shoulder injury, are the two players to watch this week from a health standpoint. According to the Eagles official injury report, Chung was a full participant on Wednesday, marking the first time that he's been a full participant since the shoulder injury that he suffered during the loss to Kansas City.
Brandon Boykin (groin), Donnie Jones (left foot), Chris Polk (ankle) and Vick composed the full list of limited participants in Wednesday's practice. Chung (shoulder), Connor Barwin (knee), and Jason Peters (finger) were all full participants.
Vick did not speak after Wednesday's practice, but he is scheduled to meet with the media following Thursday's practice.
For a look at the full Eagles injury report, click here.