President Barack Obama tells Michael Vick "to slide"

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

at Lincoln Financial Field on January 1, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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.