Gordon’s left knee has been an issue in his first 2 NFL seasons: He tore his meniscus in Week 15 of his rookie year — going under the knife after being placed on IR. Last year, he sprained his left PCL. That injury sat him for 3 games. The Pro Bowler has averaged 256 touches per season in his young career. That’s not a ton of usage for a guy who has trouble staying on the field.
|Chance of Injury in 2018:||55.6%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||5%|
|Projected Games missed for 2018:||2.9|
|Dec 11, 2016||NFL||Knee PCL Sprain Grade 2||Gordon injured his hip attempting to recover a teammate's fumble and was carted off. He was originally diagnosed as week-to-week, but wound up missing 3 games.|
|Dec 20, 2015||NFL||Knee Meniscus Tear||Gordon tore cartilage in his knee in Week 15 and was placed on IR. He needed surgery and missed the rest of the season.|
|Aug 19, 2015||NFL||Pedal Ankle Sprain Grade 2||Gordon sprained his knee in the preseason and was forced to sit out the regular season opener.|
|Sep 24, 2011||Non-NFL||Inguinal Groin Strain Grade 2||Gordon injured his groin in Week 3 of his freshman year, and missed the rest of the season.|