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Chargers RB Danny Woodhead to have MRI for right knee injury

SAN DIEGO -- Chargers running back Danny Woodhead was carted off after suffering a right knee injury in the first quarter of San Diego's 38-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday and did not return.

Woodhead is scheduled for an MRI on Monday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Woodhead suffered the injury with about two minutes left in the opening quarter when he caught a pass out in the flat and was tackled by linebacker Telvin Smith.

Woodhead was evaluated by trainers and had to be helped off the field without putting pressure on his right leg.

Woodhead, 31, received a scare during offseason work when a lineman rolled up on his left ankle in San Diego's last practice of the team's mandatory minicamp. He escaped with just a sprain and reported to training camp fully healthy.

Woodhead broke his right ankle in a Week 3 contest against the Buffalo Bills two years ago, ending his 2014 campaign.

Last season, he finished with the most receiving yards in the NFL for a running back (755).

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Woodhead leaves game with knee injury
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Danny Woodhead makes a catch and is tackled by Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith and has to be carted to the locker room with a right knee injury.

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