Miami Dolphins tailback Daniel Thomas suffered a right knee injury and sat out the second half of Sunday's game against Jacksonville.
Thomas, who carried the ball once, gaining six yards against the Jaguars, could be lost for the season because of the injury. However, specifics about the knee injury won't be known until an MRI is taken on Monday.
Thomas became the third Dolphins player who suffering a knee injury against the Jaguars. Cornerback Nolan Carroll and H-back Charles Clay also suffered a knee injury in the first half.
Thomas absence forced the Dolphins to finish Sunday's game with Reggie Bush and Lamar Miller as the only rushers. And not having Thomas, whom the Dolphins' traded up to select in the second-round of the 2011 draft, limited the Dolphins' goal line playcalling.
Thomas has carried the ball 91 times for 325 yards and scored four rushing touchdowns this season. He's also caught 15 passes for 156 yards.