Jordan Matthews' helmet bent and he required a new facemask and visor following a hit to the head by Atlanta Falcons safety Keanu Neal in the fourth quarter of the Eagles' 24-15 win on Sunday. No penalty flag was thrown.
Neal told reporters after the game that he believed he hit Matthews in the sternum and not the head.
"I heard the [crowd's] reaction, but I didn't see a flag," Neal said. "I thought it was a clean hit. …I don't attempt to hit them in the head. That's not me. We're big on the strike zone and in the National Football League they're big on head-to-head collisions and targeting fouls. I try my hardest to make sure my hits are legal and they didn't call a flag today."