Rich Cimini of ESPN has reported:
CB Antonio Cromartie suffered non-contact knee injury today in practice, taken for MRI, per sources. Team concerned. Story posted soon. #nyj— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) October 11, 2013
This could be devastating to the New York Jets if it's as serious as it sounds. Last time this team had a cornerback go down with a non-contact knee injury, it was Darrelle Revis and he was down for the year with a torn ACL. We'll obviously update you all when we have more information, but for now, let's hope it's a false alarm.
UPDATE: Rich Cimini is now reporting that the team does not believe the injury is season-ending, however it is serious enough that Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is in doubt.
UPDATE 2: Rich Cimini is now reporting that it's simply a hyperextended knee and Cromartie will be fine. However, his status is still questionable for this weekend.