A depleted Tampa Bay Buccaneers secondary took another hit.
Sherman pulled up with the non-contact injury while running to make a tackle on Philadelphia's opening drive. He walked to the locker room without aid, but was ruled out within minutes.
Another blow for last-place pass defense
The Bucs signed Sherman after a Week 3 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. The 33-year-old five-time All-Pro immediately joined the starting lineup and played in wins over the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins.
The Bucs have since placed fellow starting cornerback Carlton Davis on injured reserve with a quadriceps injury. Meanwhile starting safety Antoine Winfield Jr. hasn't played since suffering a concussion on Oct. 3 (Week 4) against the Patriots and was ruled out ahead of Thursday's game against the Eagles.
The Bucs ranked last in the NFL in pass defense through five weeks, allowing 314.4 yards per game through the air.