The first-round pick showed once again that he belongs in the Eagles first-team defensive plans this season.
The Eagles wide receiver was targeted five times, but only caught two passes for 23 yards.
Ronald Darby gave the home fans a stirring interception return in his preseason Eagles debut.
The Eagles needed four drives to record a first down. The starting defense forced two turnovers.
The Buffalo receiver from Burlington Township suffered a foot injury, the Bills said.
Carson Wentz went back out for a fourth series and got his first completion with Alshon Jeffery.
The Eagles defensive end showed visible support of Jenkins, who has been protesting racial injustice in America.
To be fair, the defense put on a good show. As did referee Ed Hochuli, whose voice is in midseason form.
Matt Tobin started at right tackle. The line struggled early in the game.
Wentz expects a "loud" crowd in the first preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field.
Rasul Douglas is three years removed from playing at a community college and worrying about getting enough to eat. His drive has sustained him.
Even if Thursday's first home preseason game doesn't offer a long look at the Eagles' starters, there is plenty to keep track of.
Wendell Smallwood, a second-year runner, has the chance to become the latest Eagles backfield hero.
The Eagles have six former Bills on their roster. The Bills have four former Eagles.