WR Ramses Barden had his most productive game of the season cut short due to a sprained right ankle.
Barden, who had three catches for 34 yards, rolled his ankle in the back of the end zone when Eli Manning threw a high pass that fell incomplete near the end of the first half.
Barden underwent X-rays afterward and said the results were negative. The 6-6 receiver said he will find out more on Monday. He could undergo an MRI on Monday but considering how he was on crutches and in a walking boot after the game, his availability doesn't look good for Sunday's game at Philadelphia.
"I tried to come in here and run a little bit and I don't think they thought I was looking too well," Barden said. "Nothing to worry about. It is just rehab and get healthy. If it is a week, two weeks, I don't know how long it is going to be but when I find out, I will be back full speed and working my butt off. Might be 48 hours, who knows?"