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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Looks good for Week 17

    Paschal (hand) was not listed on the Lions' injury report Tuesday, Eric Woodyard of reports. Paschal was forced out of Sunday's win at Minnesota early with a hand injury, but it doesn't look like the issue will force him to miss any extended time. He figures to resume a rotational role on Detroit's defensive line Saturday.
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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Exits game with hand injury

    Paschal (hand) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings. Paschal did not record a stat before exiting Sunday's game. He's operated as the backup defensive end behind Aidan Hutchinson and John Cominsky, and in Paschal's absence, Romeo Okwara figures to fill in that role.
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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Cleared to play Sunday

    Paschal (knee) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Ravens. Paschal, a 2022 second-round pick, suffered a knee injury during the Lions' preseason opener against the Chiefs and was placed on injured reserve. He was designated to return from IR during Week 6 prep and returned to practice, but he wasn't activated until Saturday of Week 7. As a rookie, Paschal recorded 10 tackles, including two sacks, across 10 appearances.
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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Returns from IR

    Paschal (knee) was activated from injured reserve Saturday. The 2022 second-round pick out of Kentucky has a chance to appear in his first game since the Lions' Week 1 win over the Chiefs, as he's questionable for Sunday's contest at Baltimore. Throughout his rookie year, Paschal appeared in 10 games and recorded 10 total tackles, two tackles for loss and two sacks.
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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Designated to return

    Paschal (knee) was designated to return from injured reserve Friday, Jenna Laine of reports. The 23-year-old was placed on injured reserve after Detroit's Week 1 win over Kansas City, and he was able to return to limited participation in practice Friday. His 21-day window to be activated to the Lions' active roster has opened, but he won't be able to suit up for this Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
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  • Lions' Josh Paschal: Ready for debut

    Paschal (sports hernia) was activated from the PUP list Saturday. Paschal started the season on the PUP list after undergoing surgery for a sports hernia during the offseason. The rookie should make his NFL debut Sunday against the Cowboys.
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  • Lions' Joshua Paschal: Uncertain for Week 1

    Paschal (sports hernia) likely won't be ready for the start of the regular season, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Paschal underwent sports hernia surgery this spring to address an injury that kept him from playing in Kentucky's bowl game last year. If he is not activated from the preseason PUP list ahead of Week 1, the second-round rookie will presumably miss at least the first four games of 2022 on the regular-season PUP list.
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  • Lions' Joshua Paschal: Underwent sports hernia surgery

    Head coach Dan Campbell revealed Wednesday that Paschal underwent sports hernia surgery this offseason and there is no timetable for the rookie to be removed from the PUP list, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. It is not clear when Paschal underwent surgery, but the second-round draft pick participated in rookie minicamp in May and was a nonparticipant in practices open to the media since then. With Romeo Okwara (Achilles) also on the mend, Paschal's continued absence opens the door for Austin Bryant to see first-team snaps behind Charles Harris and Aidan Hutchinson.
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  • Lions' Joshua Paschal: Lands on PUP list

    Paschal (lower body) was placed on the active/PUP list Sunday. Paschal sat out OTAs in June with the injury, but details of its significance are unknown. Selected in the second round of the 2022 Draft, he's expected to be a significant piece of the Lions' defensive line rotation, especially with Romeo Okwara (Achilles) not expected to be ready once the season begins.
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  • Lions' Joshua Paschal: Not practicing

    Paschal has been sitting out the Lions' OTAs thus far due to a lower-body injury, Kyle Meinke of reports. Head coach Dan Campbell said the team is "just trying to be smart" by holding Paschal out, which suggests his absence in drills may be precautionary more than anything. Once he returns to action, the second-round rookie out of Kentucky will compete for reps at defensive end behind Romeo Okwara and Aidan Hutchinson.
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