Coordinator Says Vick Doesn't Distrubt Eagles Rythym

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Philadelphia offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg doesn't expect the insertion of Michael Vick into the Eagles offense to disrupt its rhythm.

"Not at all," Mornhinweg said. "We'll straighten that out. We'll take care of that. Michael is going to help this offense. I'm confident of that."

Vick played in just six plays Thursday night in the preseason game against Jacksonville. Quarterback Donovan McNabb told Mornhinweg and coach Andy Reid that Vick coming in and out interfered with the flow of the game.

"It's not going to be a disruption," Mornhinweg said. "Believe me, it won't be. It's not an issue."

Vick will play Thursday night when the Eagles travel to compete against the Jets in the final preseason game. McNabb is not expected to play in the game.