Vick leaves game with broken right hand



PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has left the game against the Giants with a broken right hand.

Vick started Sunday’s game despite suffering a concussion in last Sunday’s loss at Atlanta. He was temporarily replaced by Mike Kafka after heading to the locker room for X-rays on his right hand early in the fourth quarter. But Vick returned during a time-out and Kafka left the huddle.

Vick played one more series before being replaced by Kafka.