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Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Getting up to speed
Jacobs (knee) was on the field for an offseason workout May 10, according to the Lions' official site.
Jacobs is bouncing back from a torn ACL he suffered last December. He'll be over seven months removed from surgery by the time training camp kicks off this summer, but it remains a strong possibility that he could miss games to start to the 2022 season. When healthy, Jacobs will compete for a rotational role at cornerback under Amani Oruwariye, Mike Hughes, Jeff Okudah (Achilles), and AJ Parker.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Uncertain for start of 2022 season
Jacobs (knee) could miss games at the start of the 2022 season, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Jacobs played well in 2021 across the nine starts the undrafted rookie made in place of Jeff Okudah (Achilles). However, he suffered a torn ACL in December, and he looks poised to miss the entirety of the offseason training program plus training camp.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Placed on injured reserve
Jacobs (knee) was placed on IR on Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Jacobs announced on Monday via his personal twitter account that he suffered an ACL injury in Sunday's loss to the Broncos. Neither the severity of the injury nor whether it will require surgery is known at this point, but based on the tone of Jacobs' tweet and the move to IR, it seems there may be at least a chance of an ACL tear.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Diagnosed with ACL injury
Jacobs announced Monday via his personal Twitter account that he suffered an ACL injury to his knee in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
The Lions haven't elaborated on the extent of Jacobs' knee issue, but the fact that he termed his injury as "a minor setback for a major comeback" suggests he suffered a season-ending ACL tear. If that's the case, Jacobs will likely be sent in for surgery in the coming days. The undrafted rookie had emerged as a key piece in the Detroit secondary, logging 34 tackles, seven pass breakups and a forced fumble across 13 games.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Won't return Sunday
Jacobs (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's contest against the Broncos.
Jacobs suffered a knee injury during the Broncos' first offensive drive of Week 14 and won't return to the contest. In his absence, Nickell Robey-Coleman and Parnell Motley are the most likely candidates for increased snaps.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Not on injury report
Jacobs (neck) didn't carry an injury designation on Wednesday's practice estimation.
Jacobs sustained a neck injury in last week's win over the Vikings, but it appears as though he'll be fine ahead of Sunday's game against Denver. Across his last four appearances, the 24-year-old has totaled 15 tackles (13 solo) and four pass defenses.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Suffers neck injury
Jacobs is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Minnesota with a neck injury.
Jacobs has proven to be a strong member of the Lions' secondary and had four tackles early on in the game. While he remains questionable to return, Jacobs was spotted on the sideline with his helmet after exiting the game, as reported by Chris Burke of The Athletic.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Practices fully Wednesday
Jacobs (groin) was listed as a full participant for the Lions' practice Wednesday.
Jacobs suffered a groin injury during the Lions' tie to the Steelers in Week 10. After practicing fully Wednesday, the cornerback should be able to play Sunday barring any setbacks. Expect Mark Gilbert or AJ Parker to see extended snaps against the Browns in Week 11 if Jacobs can't suit up.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Questionable to return
Jacobs (groin) is questionable to return Sunday against the Steelers.
It remains to be seen if Jacobs will return to action in a game where the Lions have suffered several injuries. If he can't return to the gridiron, then Mark Gilbert or AJ Parker will be in line to see extended playing time.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Active for Week 8
Jacobs (illness) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Eagles.
Jacobs got sick during the week and missed Thursday's practice, but he was able to return in a limited fashion Friday. The rookie cornerback will suit up and draw the start opposite of Amani Oruwariye on Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Makes the team
Jacobs secured a spot at cornerback on the regular-season roster, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Despite going undrafted out of Arkansas, Jacobs clearly showed promise in training camp and the preseason. However, the majority of his playing time this season will likely come on special teams.... See More ... See Less
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