PHILADELPHIA - Don't count Eagles QB Michael Vick out for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay just yet.

Vick, who suffered a strained left hamstring in the Eagles' 36-21 victory over the New York Giants, participated in at least the early portion of Tuesday's practice at the NovaCare Complex.

Vick joined fellow quarterbacks Nick Foles and Matt Barkley for the individual drills after going through warmups and stretching and did not appear to be hampered.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly indicated Monday that Vick would be listed as day to day for the game. He does not have to provide an official injury report until tomorrow.

Vick sat out the second half against the Giants after getting hurt midway through the second quarter. Foles threw two touchdown passes and had no turnovers upon replacing him.


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