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A selection of the latest Lions news and blog posts.
Jarrad Davis Has High Ankle Sprain The Lions have officially dodged another bullet. After it originally appeared they might have lost two starters for the season, they've now got another dose of good news. Starting linebacker Jarrad Davis is dealing with a high ankle sprain, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Lions' injuries not as bad as initially feared When Lions center Frank Ragnow and linebacker Jarrad Davis had to be helped off the field and carted to the locker room on Friday night, the injuries looked ugly, and there was immediate speculation that they could be season-ending. That turned out not to be the case.
Lions' Davis, Ragnow injuries not season-ending Injuries to Detroit Lions starting middle linebacker Jarrad Davis and center Frank Ragnow will not end their seasons, coach Matt Patricia said Saturday after both players were hurt in the first half of Friday's preseason loss to Buffalo.
Patricia: Davis & Ragnow injuries not season ending Head coach Matt Patricia said the injuries sustained by linebacker Jarrad Davis and center Frank Ragnow Friday night were not season ending.
NFC Notes: 49ers, Newton, Lions, Vikings After a report indicated the 49ers brought longtime offensive line coach Chris Foerster out of coaching exile surfaced Friday, Kyle Shanahan confirmed as much. The third-year 49ers coach said Foerster joined San Francisco's staff as a consultant.
Detroit Lions: Jarrad Davis, Frank Ragnow injuries not season-ending Jarrad Davis and Frank Ragnow did not suffer season-ending injuries in the Detroit Lions' preseason loss to the Bills on Friday night. Lions coach Matt Patricia gave the update during a conference call on Saturday afternoon.
Lions not planning to use IR for Jarrad Davis, Frank Ragnow The good news keeps coming for the Detroit Lions regarding the two injuries suffered on Friday night. Lions head coach Matt Patricia confirmed on Saturday afternoon that neither the injury to Jarrad Davis nor the one to Frank Ragnow are considered season-ending injuries.
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Detroit Lions rookie Jahlani Tavai ready to run defense In Jahlani Tavai's five seasons at Hawaii, he played for five different defensive coordinators and four different position coaches. Each had his own twist on the defense, and each tasked Tavai with unique responsibilities.
WATCH: Lions kicker Matt Prater drills 61-yard field goal No problem for Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater. He's already accomplished successful kicks from 59, 58, 58, 57 and 56 yards, good for the five longest in Lions history. On Friday night in Detroit's third pre-season game against the Buffalo Bills, he added another impressive feat to his catalog.
Report: Frank Ragnow avoids major injury, has 'minor' ankle sprain The injury suffered by Detroit Lions offensive lineman Frank Ragnow is being diagnosed as a minor ankle sprain, per a report by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport of Saturday.
Report: Frank Ragnow suffered only a minor ankle sprain Center Frank Ragnow suffered just a minor ankle sprain in the Ford Field loss to the Buffalo Bills in the third preseason game. According to a report from Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Ragnow will not miss much, if any, time because of the injury. Ragnow crumpled to the ground and was rolled up on by a teammate in a scrum.
Injury Notes: Gabbert, Gary, Ragnow We heard earlier today that Buccaneers backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert had dislocated his non-throwing shoulder during last night's preseason win over the Eagles. Fortunately, it doesn't sound like the veteran will be out for an extended amount of time.
Lions Rumors: Frank Ragnow Ankle Injury Diagnosed as 'Minor' Sprain Detroit Lions starting center Frank Ragnow reportedly avoided a significant injury during Friday's preseason loss to the Buffalo Bills. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Ragnow suffered a "minor" ankle sprain, which forced him to leave the game.
Lions-Bills snap counts: Detroit continues to work Will Harris The Lions’ third-round rookie is getting more playing time than anyone else in the secondary.
Projecting the roster fallout after Jarrad Davis and Frank Ragnow injuries Examining the roster fallout after the Detroit Lions lost two starters to injury in a meaningless third preseason game.
Detroit Lions: 5 fringe players in danger of being cut With that in mind, here are five fringe players whom we believe are in real danger of being waived when final cuts are made at the end of the month. The Brandon Powell experiment could be over in Detroit. It appears to top three positions on the wide receiver depth chart are locked with Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones, and Danny Amendola.
Rookie standouts: T.J. Hockenson lives up to the hype in preseason Game 3 Hockenson was our player of the game for good reason. The tight end put on an amazing performance in the first half of the game with three receptions for 52 yards. Hockenson appears to have developed natural chemistry with Matthew Stafford and has quickly become an offensive weapon for the veteran quarterback.
What should the Lions to do at linebacker? Today's Question of the Day: What should the Lions do at linebacker? If you own a calendar, you recognize we are deep into the offseason in terms of player availability. In other words, the available free agent market is dry. At this point, Detroit be looking at possibly a Lions retreads or a lackluster journeyman such as Manti Te'o.
Lions-Bills Player of the Game: 5 game ball candidates The Detroit Lions completed their dress rehearsal Friday night, which means it's time for the return of Game Ball. Game Ball is the weekly article in which you, the reader, votes on five candidates for the Detroit Lions Player of the Game. Throughout the season-the regular season, that is-we'll keep track of the top vote-getters.
WEEK IN REVIEW: Lions starters see game action in third preseason matchup Catch up on all the Lions news from the past seven days with the Week in Review.
Matt Patricia on injuries: Hindsight is 20-20 Debate about the best way to handle the exhibition season has increased along with the number of teams that choose to keep key players out of preseason games altogether. The argument in favor of keeping starters on the bench got some support in Detroit on Friday night.
The Detroit Lions have already revealed their new identity Is this their new identity? Not exactly. Detroit does want to be more balanced. In fact, that's precisely what they want from their defense. The offense doesn't just want to be balanced though. The offense wants to throw the ball. Matthew Stafford is exceptionally good and they want to use him.
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