PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 28--The crowd at Lincoln Field gave superstar quarterback/convicted felon Michael Vick a standing ovation when he entered the game on the second play against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On his first play for the Philadelphia Eagles, Vick tossed an easy shovel pass for a four yard gain. "It was unbelievable the way I was embraced and the warm welcome I received," Vick told the Associated Press after the game.
In his other five plays, Vick completed three passes and rushed for a yard. Fans didn't even boo him when a lateral was mishandled and led to a Jaguars touchdown.