October 1, 2022

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Ryan Jensen’s knee injury will not keep him out of the gym

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Ryan Jensen (66) Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Jensen may have an MRI coming later this week to determine the full extent of his knee injury, but multiple ligament tears will not keep the veteran center sitting at home on his butt.

Despite his knee injury, Jensen has been at the facility “getting swole” in the hopes of getting some good news later this week. He definitely has been keeping his body in shape just in case there is a chance that he may possibly return later this season.

No official word of what his injury is has been reported publicly, but that will likely be announced soon.

With Ryan Jensen being placed on IR after the 53-man roster was set, it allows him to make a return in the latter part of the season, if at all possible. All will be decided over the next week or so.

For now, he is working out and preparing for whatever rehab he may face while getting back to the team as fast as possible. He will travel with the team for the time being, but it has to be a little rough for the veteran having to sit on the sidelines and not being able to play the game that he loves with his teammates.

Ryan Jensen suffered his knee injury during non-contact drills on July 28th when teammates Aaron Stinnie and Logan Hall got overexcited and Stinnie pushed Hall into the veteran center. The reason for the mystery surrounding his injury is due to them wanting to verify that things are on schedule with healing and are able to get a real timetable for a return.