Found November 16, 2011 on Fox Sports:
New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson will not be available for Thursday's game against the Broncos in Denver after spraining his left MCL Sunday against the Patriots, the New York Daily News reported, citing sources. Tomlinson did not practice with the team Tuesday but the Jets refrained from officially ruling him out. Jets coach Rex Ryan said the 32-year-old would be a game-time decision if he was able to travel with the team on Wednesday. Tomlinson has injured this knee before, in the playoffs with the Chargers after the 2007 season. That injury forced him to sit out much of the AFC Championship game that year, which San Diego lost to the Patriots, the New York Post reported. "It's not as serious as that one in the playoff game," Tomlinson said Tuesday. "That one in the playoff game was pretty significant. This one is not as bad. That's why I say if the game was Sunday, for sure I know I'd be able to play. But since it's on Thursday...

Source: LaDainian Tomlinson suffers MCL injury against Patriots, status for Thursday night in doubt

The Daily News first reported on Monday afternoon that LaDainian Tomlinson didn't suffer any serious structural damage on his left knee on Sunday night. The veteran running back stretched his ligaments and suffered a MCL sprain on a 6-yard run with under two minutes remaining in the Jets' ...

Jets RB Tomlinson set for MRI on knee

New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson will undergo an MRI on Monday after suffering a knee injury in the final moments of Sunday night's loss to the New England Patriots.Tomlinson limped off the field after a hit from Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who was substituting as a defensive back during the 37-16 New England rout. Head coach Rex Ryan confirmed after...

LaDainian Tomlinson Likely Out this Week

New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson will likely not play this Thursday night against the Broncos. Tomlinson has been nursing a knee injury and suffered a setback during practice on Tuesday.  With Tomlinson out,  it will be upto Shonn Greene and Joe mcKnight to carry to load for gang green.  

Tomlinson's status uncertain with sprained MCL

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and his status for the team's game at Denver on Thursday night is uncertain.

Jets RB Tomlinson to undergo MRI exam for late knee injury

The New York Jets might have been better off taking a knee toward the end of the New England Patriots' 37-16 thrashing at MetLife Stadium after LaDainian Tomlinson injured his knee on his final carry of the game.

LaDainian Tomlinson could miss Thursday's game at Denver

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LaDainian to Sit Thursday Night?

#bbpBox_136523675737395201 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0099B9; }#bbpBox_136523675737395201 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }LaDainian Tomlinson, already nursing a knee injury, suffered a setback during practice Tuesday; Jets not optimistic he will play Thursday.about 1 hour ago via WhoSayReplyRetweetFavorite@AdamSchefterAdam Schefter Certainly having LaDainian would be...

Tomlinson stays home with Kerley

DENVER — The Jets walk (or limp) into Sports Authority Field at Mile High tonight missing some key offensive weapons. Running back LaDainian Tomlinson and wide receiver Jeremy Kerley stayed in New Jersey yesterday, nursing knee injuries, and will not play tonight against the Broncos. That leaves the Jets without two...

Source: Knee sprain KOs LT vs. Broncos

Rex Ryan confirmed a Daily News report on Monday that LaDainian Tomlinson suffered a MCL sprain to his left knee in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. Although Ryan remained uncertain about Tomlinson's availability for Thursday's game against the Broncos, The News has learned that Tomlinson won't play in Denver.

Audible: What Role Will McKnight & Powell Play Tonight?

With the news that LaDainian Tomlinson and Jeremy Kerley won’t play this weekend, the Jets offense will be limited without two players who have crucial roles on third downs.  This also would mean that unless the Jets activate another player, the Jets would only have two running backs.  So who will fill the void?  It would make sense that Joe McKnight could factor into the offensive...

More Drama

FLORHAM PARK–Sunday’s game against the Patriots didn’t go quite as well as the Jets had hoped. All week long, the focus was on beating the Patriots and taking over the division lead. Not only did it not happen, but New England’s win turned into a trouncing. It was odd, especially since the first drive of the game was exactly what the Jets had wanted to do all season long...
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