New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley reportedly tore both his MCL and ACL during Sunday's win over the Bills.
Ridley sustained the injury during the third quarter of the Patriots' win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. He had a brace over his knee and walked with a cane when leaving Ralph Wilson Stadium. He had an MRI on Monday.
The injury occurred on a play where Ridley was upended by a Bills defender.
Ridley has 340 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 94 carries in six games this season for the Patriots. In his career, the 25-year-old has 22 career rushing touchdowns and has missed only two games, both last season.
Mayo had 53 combined tackles, a fumble recovery and one sack this season.
The Patriots (4-2) will host the Jets (1-5) Thursday night.
- Molly Geary