Ringer has been placed on the IR with a torn MCL.|||||||
Ringer was hurt in the second half of a 30-7 loss at Minnesota on Oct. 7.
Ringer was carted off the field in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday with a left knee injury.|||||||
Ringer was injured with just over three minutes to play after catching a pass near the sideline and heading up the field. Vikings cornerback Josh Robinson wrestled him to the turf, twisting the running back down awkwardly. Ringer's knee appeared to buckle as he went down, and he immediately grabbed it in pain as teammates gathered around him. There was no immediate word on the severity of his injury.
Ringer is wearing a device designed to draw infection from his left elbow and will keep it on to make sure he fully heals.|||||||
Ringer was hospitalized on Sept. 8 after the arm swelled. He has no idea how the infection started, though doctors said a scratch likely became infected. The backup running back got out of the hospital Wednesday and discussed his medical scare Friday in the locker room.
Tennessee deactivated Ringer for Sunday's game against New England.|||||||
He was added to the injury report Saturday night with an ailing elbow.
Ringer is done for the season with a broken right hand.|||||||
Big things were expected from Ringer, but he was not very productive even when Chris Johnson struggled.