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Top Frank Ragnow News

  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Participating in offseason workouts

    Ragnow has received medical clearance and is participating in the first week of offseason workouts, Mike O'Hara of the Lions' official site reports.

    After missing the final 13 games of last season due to a toe injury, Ragnow won't lose any time preparing for the 2022 campaign.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Expected back for OTAs

    Ragnow (toe) is expected to be a full participant during the Lions' offseason training program, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. "I'm going to be able to have a normal offseason, I think," Ragnow said Jan. 10. "By a month from now, I should be normal."

    Ragnow missed the final 13 games of the 2021 season after undergoing surgery in October to repair a completely ruptured plantar plate. However, he's already resumed running in his rehab and he should be good to go when the Lions presumably commence OTAs in late May.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Headed for season-ending surgery

    Ragnow is scheduled to undergo season-ending toe surgery in the coming days, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    One of the NFL's top centers since he entered the league in 2018 as a first-round selection, Ragnow was rewarded with a four-year, $54 million contract extension in May. The first season of that long-term deal will end up going down as a disappointment, as he played in just four games before heading to injured reserve last week with a sprained toe. After a visit Monday with Dr. Robert Anderson, Ragnow will heed the renowned foot specialist's recommendation to undergo surgery. The procedure will keep him sidelined for the remainder of 2021, but he should be back to full health well in advance of the 2022 campaign. Evan Brown is expected to serve as the Lions' starting center while Ragnow is out.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Missing at least three games

    The Lions placed Ragnow (toe) on injured reserve Wednesday.

    Ragnow is dealing with a toe injury sustained during Sunday's loss to the Bears, and for which he will be forced to miss at least a minimum of three games. With the standout center sidelined, Evan Brown looks like he will be forced into a starting role. The shift could prove unfortunate for Jared Goff and the Lions' offense, with a matchup against Danielle Hunter and the Vikings on deck Week 5.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: May miss multiple weeks

    Coach Dan Campbell said Monday that Ragnow suffered a version of turf toe during Sunday's loss and is "probably going to be out" for some time, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports.

    The Lions made Ragnow the highest-paid center in the league this offseason. Before the injury, the 25-year-old had delivered on the big contract by playing every single offensive snap for Detroit this season. Evan Brown replaced Ragnow for the remainder of Sunday's contest and will likely draw the start at center in Week 5.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Injures toe Sunday

    Ragnow has been downgraded to out after suffering a toe injury Sunday against the Bears.

    Ragnow exited Sunday's game in the first half with a toe injury. He was originally marked questionable to return. This is a major blow to Detroit's offensive line, especially if the injury ends up being long term.

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  • Lions' Frank Ragnow: Questionable to return Sunday

    Ragnow (toe) is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Bears.

    The Lions made Ragnow the highest-paid center in the league this offseason, so his absence would be a major blow to Detroit's offensive line.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 311 lbs
Birthplace: Sioux Falls, SD
Age: 26
School: Arkansas
Experience: 5