Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson exited Monday night's game in the first quarter with a rib cartilage injury, but X-rays in the locker room were negative. The team said an MRI and CT scans were set for Tuesday.
Jackson's absence left the Eagles with only three active wide receivers - Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper, and Damaris Johnson.
Jackson finished with one catch for 9 yards and one rush for 2 yards.
Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, the Eagles' first-round draft pick, left the game with a lower back contusion. He also did not return.
Vincent knocks players
While discussing Troy Vincent before the former Eagles cornerback was officially inducted into the team's Hall of Fame on Monday night, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie specifically praised Vincent's leadership.
It's a quality the Eagles seem to have been missing this season, and Vincent identified locker room leadership as the primary difference between the good teams and bad teams he played on during his career.
"You just have to get 46 guys that are willing to do what it takes during the offseason, coming together, don't have a bunch of prima donnas," Vincent said. "It's not about who catches the most balls, who has the most interceptions. You hold each other accountable and you line up on Sunday. The play is called and you play."
The induction of Vincent, a former Pro Bowl cornerback, and longtime team employee Leo Carlin into the Eagles Hall provided one of the few reasons to cheer Monday night.
Vincent has paid close attention to the current team, and he does not like what he sees. He said he's noticed behavior and read quotes that do not sit well with him. Vincent took pride in his leadership and how he conducted himself and said he does not consider the Eagles' current plight the fault of the coaches but rather of the players.
"You hear a lot about, 'Has someone lost their touch?' " Vincent said. "At the end of the day, it's about locker-room accountability. The talent is here."
Vincent said he does not expect coach Andy Reid to be fired during the season, and asked what that would accomplish. Vincent was once on a team like the current Eagles, who are at the bottom of the standings and playing for a coach who will likely be let go.
"I was once there. Ray Rhodes' last year, we were 3-13," said Vincent, who was a key player in Reid's early years. "You knew there was going to be change. And as a player you have to embrace that change. It's out of your control who's going to coach you next. You take it as your responsibility to discuss those things with your teammates and embrace whoever that new individual is."
Lurie also praised the contributions of Carlin, who sold tickets at Franklin Field, Veterans Stadium, and Lincoln Financial Field.
Henery extends streak
Alex Henery's three first-half field goals broke a team record for most consecutive field goals without a miss.
He entered the game with 16, and the streak went to 19 after his 45-yard field goal in the second quarter. Henery and David Akers previously shared the record at 15.
Curry is active
Rookie defensive end Vinny Curry was active for the first time this season. The Eagles dressed 10 defensive linemen, sitting only defensive end Phillip Hunt.
Quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy missed the game with concussions, although Vick was on the sideline. Running back Chris Polk and wide receiver Jason Avant were also out with injuries. Nate Menkin and Greg Salas were healthy scratches.