Michael Vick did not receive an endorsement from his coach following the Philadelphia Eagles' third straight loss, 30-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
It apparently took Andy Reid more than 24 hours to decide that Vick will remain his team's starting quarterback, at least for Monday night's against the New Orleans Saints.
There has been no official announcement since the Eageles' headquarters were closed Monday due to Sandy, the massive storm that has lashed the East Coast, but three sources told the Associated Press of Reid's decision.
Vick, a four-time Pro Bowler, has struggled this season. His passer rating of 78.6 is the lowest of his four years with the Eagles. He threw eight interceptions and lost five fumbles during the first six games before going turnover free against the Falcons.