Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby was diagnosed with a dislocated right ankle. PFT confirmed the news that Ian Rapoport of NFL Media first reported. X-rays were negative, but Darby will undergo an MRI on Monday to check for ligament and tendon damage.
Darby was injured on a non-contact play when his ankle rolled in the soft turf while he was in coverage on Jordan Reed with 11:35 left until halftime.
The Eagles acquired the former second-round pick in a trade with the Bills this summer.
Darby made one tackle before his departure.