Last month, league spokesman Greg Aiello told The Philadelphia Inquirer that the league had completed its investigation into the incident and there was "no change" in Vick's playing status.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with Vick on Tuesday at Philadelphia's training camp -- the commissioner had previously stated that he would not make a final decision on Vick's status until talking with the Eagles' QB.
The league's full statement regarding Vick:
Commissioner Goodell informed Michael Vick [Tuesday] at Eagles camp that there will be no disciplinary action as a result of the incident in Virginia, based on his current understanding of the facts. Commissioner Goodell spoke several weeks ago by phone with Michael, Tony Dungy, and Eagles Coach Andy Reid. All were in agreement on the need for additional support measures to be added to Michael's plan to enhance his opportunity to succeed in life and football. These additional steps will remain confidential, but they will require Michael to meet even higher standards.