QB Sam Bradford left the game midway through the fourth quarter against the Eagles with what initially appeared to be a right hand injury.
Bradford was injured while following through on a throw, and replays showed his right hand, and specifically his thumb, hit the hand of an oncoming pass rusher. Bradford left the field and headed into the tunnel, likely for X-rays. He was replaced by A.J. Feeley.
X-rays were reportedly negative, but there is apparently concern that he may have nerve damage. He will have an MRI on Monday. For his part, Bradford doesn't think he'll miss Week 2.