Michael Vick is ruled out for the Eagles' game on Sunday vs. the Raiders. (AP)
Michael Vick won’t be an emergency quarterback option Sunday against the Raiders if starter Nick Foles and backup Matt Barkley are injured.
Vick, who reinjured his hamstring last Sunday against the Giants, is listed as out against Oakland at O.co Stadium. He’s the only one on the 53-man roster who won’t be eligible to dress.
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who tweaked his ankle Wednesday in practice, is probable to play.
Doubtful is reserve linebacker Jake Knott, a special team contributor, who pulled his hamstring against the Cowboys and missed the Giants game. Knott, a rookie free agent, hasn’t practiced since suffering the injury.
Safety Patrick Chung, who missed the past two games with a nagging shoulder injury, is questionable, along with wide receiver Damaris Johnson (ankle) and linebacker Casey Matthews (hip).
Jackson, Vick, punter Donnie Jones (foot) and Matthews were the only ones limited at Thursday’s practice, the last major practice before gameday. The team has a walk-through Friday and light jog-through practice Saturday before it boards a plane headed for the Bay Area.
Jones has been nursing a minor foot injury for several weeks but has punted well and doesn’t seem to be too hampered. Matthews is mostly a special teams player who occasionally sees a few snaps on defense.