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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick said Wednesday there was a “100 percent chance” he would play this weekend despite suffering a deep bone bruise on his non-throwing hand.

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Vick, who suffered the contusion to his right hand during the Eagles 29-16 Week 3 loss to the New York Giants, was able to grip the football during the team’s walk-through Wednesday morning.

“I will be out there on Sunday, regardless,” Vick told reporters afterward. “There is a 100 percent chance I’m playing.”

A CT scan Monday revealed Vick suffered the deep bruise after it was initially feared his hand was broken. Eagles head coach Andy Reid said a blood vessel sitting over the top of the bone during initial X-rays made it appear Vick suffered a fracture.