Michael Vick Can’t Drive, Is Sensitive to Light, Nauseous, Can’t Sleep Due to Concussion

Apparently Andy Reid was telling the truth when he said that Michael Vick‘s concussion was significant.

The Eagles’ quarterback is experiencing some pretty shocking side effects from his latest concussion. Vick “still can’t drive a car due to balance issues, sleeps all day, can’t sleep at night” and he is “lethargic, nauseous,┬ácan’t sit in meetings and┬ásensitive to light,” according to the USA Today.

Vick sat out on Sunday against the Redskins. Rookie Nick Foles started in his place and struggled in Philadelphia’s 31-6 loss. Foles fumbled three times and passed for 204 yards and two touchdowns. He was sacked four times by Washington.

It seems like it may be a while before Vick can get over his concussion. The Eagles will have a decision to make once he can play again, especially if Foles continues to struggle — and lose.

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