Report: Titans fear Javon Ringer might be done for season

Runningback on the Tennessee Titans, Javon Ringer was tackled after a reception during the Minnesota Vikings game on Sunday that took him out of the game.

The Tennessean, is reporting that the injury could be season ending. He is scheduled for an MRI today. (Monday)

Ringer suffered a knee injury in the fourth quarter on a play, he was then carted off the field. Once in the locker room he was in crutches.

I just have to deal with it,” Ringer said. “I can’t change it now. I have to get an MRI.”

Coach of the Titans, Mike Munchak said, “He was obviously in a lot of pain when he got injured. … You lose a game, that’s bad enough. When you get guys hurt, that’s the hard part about this.”

This is the second time in 2012 that Ringer has suffered a serious injury. He suffered an elbow injury in the season-opener that became infected. He went through two surgeries and spent four nights in the hospital as a result of cellulitis elbow infection. Doctors told him that the infection could of resulted in amputation of his arm.


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