Michael Vick fully participated in practice Thursday for the first time since injuring his ribs.
Vick, who will back-up Kevin Kolb Sunday, is suffering from a rib cartilage injury and fully participated as the team's scout team quarterback.
Eagles' head coach, Andy Reid, appears to be in no hurry to having Vick return, but this does appear to progress for the Virgina Tech alumni.
Vick has played stellar so far this season. He has posted a passer rating of an astonishing 108.8 with 799 yards while throwing 6 scores and no interceptions. Vick has silenced a lot of critics this season with becoming a more "pocket passer" and has been very efficient while completing 61.5 percent of his passes.
Eagles' running back LeSean McCoy, who is also suffering from a rib injury, was also back to full participation Thursday.
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