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Brandon Gibson likely out for season with knee injury

Brandon Gibson left the field on a cart Sunday after suffering a first-half knee injury against the New England Patriots. It might be the last time we see the Miami Dolphins wide receiver in 2013.

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NFL Media's Albert Breer reports the initial diagnosis for Gibson is that his knee injury likely is season-ending, according to a source briefed on his injury. The injury is believed to be a torn patella tendon.

Gibson was injured coming down on his left knee after attempting to make a leaping catch on a high Ryan Tannehill pass. He was limping badly as he came off the field.

Gibson had a 4-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter Sunday and had been a nice addition to the Dolphins' offense this season. He entered the game with 29 catches for 322 yards and two touchdowns.

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