JK Dobbins has some of the worst injury luck in the NFL.

The former Ohio State running back is feared to have suffered an Achillies tear in during Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans, a diagnosis that would end his season just as it was starting. Dobbins had to be helped to the locker room and could not put any weight on his leg.

He’ll have an MRI to confirm the injury:

Dobbins’ NFL injury issues started in 2021 when he tore his ACL in the final game of preseason, causing him to miss the whole year.

He played just 7 games in 2022 before suffering another knee injury and was forced on injured reserve. Now, it looks like he could miss the entirety of yet another season.

You have to think Dobbins’ time in the NFL is drawing to a close. He has never really been able to build off his 800-yard rookie season due to these injury issues. The real knife twist stems from the fact that this injury is unrelated to his previous knee injuries entirely.

Prior to his injury Dobbins rushed for 42 yards with 1 touchdown: