Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Stewart is scheduled to undergo a diagnostic arthroscopy tomorrow morning on his injured left knee. Stewart injured the knee on the Jaguars' third offensive play in Sunday's 24-10 win against the Baltimore Ravens. The diagnostic arthroscopy will be performed to determine the extent of the injury.
Stewart rushed for more than 100 yards in each of the Jaguars' first two games. Following his injury he was replaced by top draft choice Fred Taylor, who rushed for a franchise-record 128 yards against Baltimore.
Further details on the extent of Stewart's knee injury and his prognosis are expected to be available on Tuesday. An announcement will be made when those details become available.
Linebacker Bryan Schwartz also suffered a knee injury in Sunday's game. Head coach Tom Coughlin said today that Schwartz will likely be out for three to four weeks with a strained MCL.