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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Should be 100 percent for camp

    Joseph (hip) -- who won't take part in practices this spring -- expects to be fully healthy by the start of training camp, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Joseph underwent an offseason procedure to address a hip injury that originally occurred in Week 2 of the 2023 campaign. Though he returned to play after missing two contests en route to logging 82 tackles and four picks in 15 regular-season outings overall, the issue evidently lingered to the point that it required attention following the postseason. Once he's back to 100 percent, Joseph will reprise his starting free safety role with the Lions.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Out until training camp

    Joseph (hip) will not be cleared to practice until training camp, Kyle Meinke of reports. The report notes that Joseph is bouncing back from an offseason procedure to address a hip injury that he sustained in Week 2 of the 2023 season. Assuming he returns to health in time to begin the coming campaign, Joseph figures to serve as Detroit's starting free safety and is likely to rack up tackles and pass breakups in that role.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Exits game with arm injury

    Joseph (arm) is questionable to return to Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers, Eric Woodyard of reports. Joseph sustained the injury in the third quarter. He had two tackles (one solo) before his exit. In Joseph's absence, Ifeatu Melifonwu will likely slot into the free safety spot alongside strong safety starter C.J. Gardner-Johnson, while Will Harris provides depth.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Has monster day at Minnesota

    Joseph recorded nine tackles (six solo) and two interceptions in Sunday's 30-24 win at Minnesota. Joseph's first pick came toward the end of the first half, and his second came in the middle of the fourth quarter. Both came on deep pass attempts by Nick Mullens. Joseph's nine total tackles were also good for the team lead in Week 16. The Lions will travel to Dallas Saturday.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Gets first INT of 2023 in win

    Joseph had two solo tackles and an interception in Monday's 26-14 win over the Raiders. His interception of Jimmy Garoppolo came one play after the Lions turned the ball over in Detroit territory. Joseph's two tackles in the win was by far his lowest of the season but came on a night when Garoppolo completed just 10 of 21 passes for 126 yards.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Leads team in tackles

    Joseph registered 10 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 38-6 loss to the Ravens. Joseph left in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game to be evaluated for a concussion, though Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reported Monday that the safety did not suffer a brain injury. His 10 tackles against the Ravens was a season high and he's now up to 31 total tackles for the season, which is tied for third on the team. Joseph and the Lions' defense will look to bounce back in Week 8 against the Raiders on Monday night.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Clears concussion check

    Joseph didn't suffer a concussion in Sunday's loss to the Ravens, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports. Joseph exited the game late in the second half and underwent concussion testing, but it was deemed he didn't suffer a brain injury. The second-year safety has started all five games he's appeared in this season, registering 31 tackles (26 solo) and three pass breakups. He should be good to go next Monday night against the Raiders.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Set to play Sunday

    Joseph (hip) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Panthers. Joseph missed the past two games after sustaining a hip injury in Week 2 against the Seahawks. His return is a welcome one for a Lions' secondary that is without Brian Branch (ankle) and C.J. Gardner-Johnson, (pectoral) who is still on IR.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Still limited on practice estimate

    Joseph (hip) was listed as a limited participant on Detroit's practice estimate Wednesday. Joseph has missed the Lions' last two games with a hip injury, and his availability for Week 5 is now up in the air as well. He'll likely have to manage a full practice Thursday or Friday in order to avoid carrying an injury designation into the weekend.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Ruled out for Week 3

    Joseph (hip) is inactive for Sunday's contest versus Atlanta. Joseph hurt his hip early in last weekend's game against Seattle but was able to finish out the win. However, he didn't practice at all this week, thus his inactive status Sunday isn't a surprise. Ifeatu Melifonwu could take over as a starter in his absence.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Misses practice

    Joseph (hip) did not practice Wednesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Joseph left Sunday's loss to the Seahawks early with the injury but was ultimately able to return to the game and play 88 percent of the team's snaps on defense. He'll work to return to practice Thursday and get healthy for a Week 3 tilt against the Falcons.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Four picks as rookie

    Joseph tallied 83 tackles, eight pass breakups, four interceptions and two forced fumbles over 17 games in 2022. Detroit's defense took a big hit after losing safety Tracy Walker (Achilles) in Week 3, but Joseph was largely successful in filling in for the veteran. Not only did the rookie manage to become the first player to ever pick off Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers three times in a year, Joseph simultaneously showed plenty of upside as an IDP asset -- starting with his 10-tackle, two-interception performance against Green Bay in Week 9. However, with Walker set to return in 2023, it is not clear as to whether Joseph will continue to handle the role that allowed him to post these kinds of stats.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Dealing with back issue

    Joseph didn't practice Wednesday due to a back injury. Joseph recorded seven tackles during the Lions' Week 16 loss to the Panthers, but he appears to have picked up a back injury as well. The severity of the issue remains unclear, but he'll have two more opportunities to return to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's matchup against the Bears.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Adds seven more tackles

    Joseph recorded seven tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Bears. Joseph put together another solid performance and was on the field for each of Detroit's defensive snaps (58). He's totaled 28 tackles (18 solo), four passes defended, two interceptions and two forced fumbles over his last four contests.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Sustains concussion Sunday

    Lions coach Dan Campbell said that Joseph is in concussion protocol following Sunday's 15-9 win over the Packers, Eric Woodyard of reports. Joseph was evaluated for a concussion after colliding with cornerback Jeff Okudah on a combined tackle during the second of Sunday's win, according to Eric Woodyard of The rookie safety logged 22 tackles, one pass defended and two forced fumbles over the first seven contests of the season, and he played at least 90 percent of the Lions' defensive snaps in all but one game since Week 4. Joseph will now have to clear league protocols before suiting up again this season, and his next opportunity to play will come against the Bears on Sunday, Nov. 13.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Handling full-time defensive role

    Joseph totaled two tackles during Sunday's 29-0 loss to the Patriots. After not seeing any defensive snaps over the first three weeks of the season, Joseph has logged 100 percent of them over the past two games in the absence of Tracy Walker (Achilles). With Detroit quickly falling out of playoff contention, there doesn't seem to be any reason for the Lions to not give the third-round rookie as much as he can handle the rest of the season. As such, look for Joseph to remain locked into a safety spot alongside DeShon Elliott when Detroit returns from a Week 6 bye.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Motor City bound

    The Lions selected Joseph (hamstring) in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 97th overall. The Illinois product showed ball-hawking ability in his final season with the Illini, when he moved into a starting role and picked off five passes. Joseph suffered a hamstring injury at the combine that prevented him from running, but he did put down a 38.5-inch vertical and a 123-inch broad jump. He adds depth to Detroit's safety room and could develop into a starter down the road.
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