Jackson was injured on a 2-yard end-around run in the first quarter of the 30-22 loss. He didn't return and won't play again this season.
It's getting ugly in Philly. The Eagles went into the game without starting quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy, both battling their way back from concussions. The offensive line is shredded by injuries. It might provide some excuse for why the Eagles have crumbled in recent weeks, but Reid swatted that down.
"That's not where we're at," Reid said.
The Eagles are in a tailspin and Reid's normally down-tempo press conference demeanor sunk to forced whispers and grunts on Tuesday. The castle is crumbling and that was the case with or without the team's best receiver.