Miami Dolphins running Frank Gore is not expected to play again this season, a team source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter, perhaps ending the potential Hall of Famer’s NFL career.

Gore had tests on his back foot Monday after departing the Dolphins’ 41-17 reduction to the Minnesota Vikings using all the injury Sunday.

After signing a yearlong contract to play with in the city at which he starred in college football for the University of Miami, Even the 35-year-old five-time Pro Bowl selection is currently in his first season with the Dolphins.

He is No. 1 among active players with 14,748 career rushing yards and No. 4 over the all-time list, monitoring only Barry Sanders, Walter Payton and Emmitt Smith, who’re all in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Back in 14 games this season, he’s 722 racing yards along with 12 receptions for 124 yards and a touchdown.

Rookie running Kalen Ballage is expected to get much part of Gore’s workload. He gained 123 yards on 12 carries in the loss of Sunday and scored on a touchdown run.

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