Update: Head coach Todd Bowles told reporters on Friday that Jensen has a “significant” injury and that he could miss “several months,” per Greg Auman. He still has some hope for a late season return, but they still don’t know the exact extent of the injury.
Update: The fear is that Bucs center Ryan Jensen suffered a serious knee injury during practice on Thursday, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Update: We don’t have any concrete news as of yet, but Bucs GM Jason Licht told reporters that he “feels terrible” for Jensen, but they wont know a complete diagnosis until the swelling goes down, per Rick Stroud.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen was forced to leave training camp on Thursday due to a knee injury. The Pro Bowl center was carted off the field, per Jenna Laine.
Bucs center Ryan Jensen just went down. A golf cart came out to get him and all teammates huddled around him. He’s heading to the training room.— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) July 28, 2022
Right now this doesn’t appear to be an injury the team is just being overly cautious about. Head coach Todd Bowles confirmed it was a knee injury. Jensen slammed his helmet down after the injury and was undoubtedly concerned.
Head Coach Todd Bowles said it’s a knee injury for Ryan Jensen but he won’t know the details until he gets into the training room.— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) July 28, 2022