The pain is all too familiar for New York Jets All-Pro nose tackle Kris Jenkins. A 6'4", 360-pound defender by trade, butápersistent competitor atáheartáwill be forced to theásideline for the rest of 2009 with a devastating, season-ending knee injury. The torn anterior cruciate ligament wasáconfirmed by Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News, ending speculationáand sprinkling salt on the Jets' wounds after aácrushing 16-13 divisionaláloss toáBuffalo. It was the second quarter when Jenkins stopped Bills running back Fred Jackson. Jenkins remained on the turf as the congestion around him cleared, grimacing as trainersáexamined him before hobbling gingerly off the field with help. He never returned, but now fans have to wonder if he'll be able to return as the same Kris Jenkins afte ...
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