Andy Reid addressed the media on Monday evening to kick off his 12th training camp as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Most of the press conference centered around Michael Vick, who was in the spotlight this summer after a shooting took place outside of the establishment that hosted his 30th birthday party.
Vick reported with the rookies and selected vets to Lehigh University on Monday and told reporters that his first phone call following the incident was to Reid.
"I talked to Michael right after the situation happened," Reid said. "He called me and told me what happened and it was the same story all the way through. The story didn't change. Law enforcement people proved that fact, so I'm just going to leave it at that. I'm not going to get into all of the details of it. I will just say so we can move on here I think that Michael learned from it and just make sure that he's a little bit more aware of the situation he puts himself in."
Vick left the party before the shooting took place and is not facing any discipline from the league. He is taking part in his first practice at Lehigh University on Tuesday. Remember, Vick was signed by the Eagles last August.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 9:54 p.m., July 26