Jerod Mayo Injury Update (Sprained MCL)

Photo Courtesy of  Winslow/Towson AP

Patriot fans were greeted with a sickening sight for the 2nd straight home-opener, as defensive captain Jerod Mayo went down with a knee injury early in the game against the Buffalo Bills. Trainers were seen working on Mayo’s left knee, and Mayo was seen flexing the knee and walking with a slight limp.

Reports state that Mayo has a sprained MCL (grade 3) and is likely to miss 6-8 weeks, although conflicting reports have stated that the situation is not that dire. Bill Belichick expressed earlier that Mayo didn’t have a season-ending injury, and these reports seem to confirm that.

We can’t wait to see our defensive leader back on the field, he was sorely missed against the Bills.

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One Response to “Jerod Mayo Injury Update (Sprained MCL)”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I hope Mayo is telling the truth and that his injury isn’t serious. That would be great.

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