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NFL: Injuries To QB Vick, QB Romo, RB Charles

A few key injuries to major players yesterday....

Eagles QB Michael Vick suffered a concussion in the third quarter of the Eagles' 35-31 loss Sunday night. Vick was not hospitalized and was cleared to travel with the team back to Philadelphia, but will have to undergo concussion-specific testing before he can be cleared to return to practice or play in a game.

Cowboys confirmed that QB Romo fractured a rib during the victory, a source told ESPN's Ed Werder that the team believes he actually suffered two fractured ribs during the game. Cowboys RB Felix Jones separated his shoulder and WR Miles Austin pulled a hamstring later in the game.

Chiefs RB Jamal Charles suffered a torn ACL in his left knee against the Lions yesterday, ending his season.

More injuries here.

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