Rapoport added that the quarterback will have additional tests to determine the injury's severity and if there are other related injuries.
Foles left the Eagles-Texans game at the end of the first quarter with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder and did not return for the start of the second half after undergoing X-rays. The team later ruled him out for the afternoon, which kicked off a dreary day for the Eagles and the team's training staff.
The Eagles lost linebacker DeMeco Ryansa few quarters later. Per Rapoport, the injury is believed to be a season-ending Achilles tear, which delivered a gigantic blow to the heart of Philadelphia's defense. Todd Herremans, who was just battling back from an elbow injury, also left the game in bad shape. Head coach Chip Kelly later announced that Ryans hurt his ankle, calling him a "one-armed, one-legged man" after the game.
Ryans played in 491 of the team's defensive snaps heading into Sunday. He also came into the game with a team-high 31 tackles. His ability against the run, especially, will be missed as the team tries to mount a playoff run with or without Foles.