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Thursday July 26th, 2012

President Barack Obama chimed in on quarterback Michael Vick telling him to slide to avoid getting injured. (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Even the President of the United States has some advice for the budding "dynasty" in Philadelphia.

While at a fundraiser in Oakland, Calif., Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha ran into President Barack Obama and the two chatted up some football, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. 

Obama told Asomugha to relay a message to back to the dynamic quarterback: "Tell Vick to slide."

Vick, a nine-year veteran, has played a full 16-game regular season only once. That was in 2006 in his last season with the Atlanta Falcons. Vick started only 13 games last season. https://twitter.com/ZBerm/status/228195685047099392

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