Kansas City Chiefs RB Spencer Ware likely done for season

Posted August 28, 2017

Running back Spencer Ware will likely require season-ending surgery to fix a torn posterior cruciate ligament and damage to the lateral collateral ligament in his right knee, trainer Rick Burkholder said Sunday.

Ware appeared to take an awkward step with his right leg during the play and team trainers were looking at his knee while he was down on the field. But Burkholder said Ware also damaged the lateral collateral ligament, and the combination of injuries will likely require surgery.

"Like with all these significant injuries, we'll exhaust all of our options and look at second opinions and then do what's best for Spencer's knee and his career". Rookie running back Kareem Hunt will be the starter moving forward according to head coach Andy Reid.

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In 2016, Ware led the Chiefs with 921 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 214 carries and added 33 catches for 447 yards and two scores while playing a big role in the passing game.

Ware injured his knee in the Chiefs' 26-13 preseason loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Friday night. Hunt is the Chiefs third round pick from Tulane, and has had a decent showing during the pre-season thus far.