Vick told reporters he could have returned to the game if backup quarterback Nick Foles had gotten hurt.
"Yeah, I would have gone in and just made sure I could sustain for the team," Vick said.
Vick said it was a coach's decision to keep him out of the game after the injury, and he supported the move.
"The coaches understood, why have me in the game when I'm not 100 percent when you have a healthy quarterback on the sideline?" Vick said.
Vick was hopeful that he would play next week at Tampa Bay, noting he's had an injury like this before. Vick said he missed one week of action the last time he had the injury. The quarterback is scheduled to have an MRI on Monday, The Patriot News reported. Foles showed Sunday that the Eagles can survive with Vick on the sideline.
Here are the other big injuries from Sunday:
1. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews has a broken thumb, per a source informed of the injury. However, it's unclear if he'll be able to continue playing with it.
2. The Jacksonville Jaguars lost the No. 2 overall pick in April's draft, Luke Joeckel, to a season-ending broken ankle. Joeckel was playing his first game at left tackle following the trade of Eugene Monroe.
Wish we can win for all our supporters other than that I feel good passed all test. The Dr. Just taking extra precaution be back next weekâ David E. Wilson (@4stillRunning) October 6, 2013
7. Chicago Bears defensive tackle Nate Collins left the team's loss to the New Orleans Saints with a knee injury. It did not look good, and the Bears already are thin at the position following Henry Melton's injury.
10. San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews exited the Chargers-Raiders matchup early in the second quarter with a concussion. Also, Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson and Raiders running back Rashad Jennings were both forced out of the game with hamstring injuries.