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  • Jerry Jacobs: Becoming free agent

    Detroit will not tender Jacobs (hamstring), who will now become a free agent, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Jacobs played nearly every defensive snap for the Lions in 2023 before going down with a hamstring injury in Week 15, but it now looks like he might be playing in a different uniform in 2024. He'll likely draw the interest of multiple teams as the offseason progresses.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Shifts to IR

    Jacobs (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. The 26-year-old had already been ruled out for Detroit's wild-card affair due to a hamstring injury, but it now seems as if issue will hold him out for the remainder of the season. With Jacobs going on IR, Steven Gilmore and Khalil Dorsey could both see increased work in the Lions' secondary.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Won't play in wild-card round

    Jacobs (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports. Jacobs logged back-to-back DNPs to end Detroit's week of practice, so it's no surprise that the 26-year-old has been ruled out for Sunday's affair. In Jacobs' absence, Steven Gilmore could see increased work as a rotational cornerback in the Lions' secondary.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Deemed FP for Tuesday's walk-through

    Jacobs (hamstring) was estimated as a full participant in Tuesday's practice walk-through, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports. Jacobs missed Sunday's Week 16 win over Minnesota due to a hamstring issue, and he was unable to practice at all last week. However, the third-year cornerback's estimated full participation Tuesday suggests that he's shown significant improvement. Detroit plays Dallas on Saturday, and Jacobs will likely be able to return for that contest as long as he doesn't have any setbacks.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Won't play Week 16

    Jacobs (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Vikings. Jacobs sustained a hamstring injury during the Lions' Week 15 win over the Broncos, and he was unable to practice all week, so it's no surprise that he won't suit up Sunday. With Jacobs missing his second game of the season Week 16, expect Steven Gilmore to see increased snaps in Detroit's secondary.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Held out of practice Wednesday

    Jacobs (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday. Jacobs exited in the second half of Saturday's game against Denver due to a hamstring injury and didn't return. The severity of the issue is unclear, but his status for Sunday's matchup against the Vikings is in doubt given his inability to practice Wednesday. Prior to his exit Saturday, it appeared Jacobs had lost his starting role, as all 13 of his snaps were on special teams. Khalil Dorsey started in Jacobs' place Saturday and performed well, so he is likely to continue working in that role regardless of Jacobs' status for Week 16.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Suffers hamstring injury

    Jacobs is questionable to return to Saturday's game against the Broncos due to a hamstring injury. Jacobs exited in the second half of the game, though the severity of the issue is unclear. He did not record a stat before leaving the contest.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Totals seven stops on Thanksgiving

    Jacobs recorded seven tackles (all solo), including one for loss, in Thursday's Week 12 loss to Green Bay. Jacobs finished second on Detroit in tackles, one behind rookie Brian Branch. Jacobs' seven stops were his most since he tallied seven against the Falcons in Week 3. He's been a full-time starter throughout the campaign and has already set career-high marks with 47 tackles (43 solo) and three interceptions through 10 games.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Added to injury report

    Jacobs is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens due to a knee injury. It is unclear when Jacobs picked up the knee issue, but his status for Week 7 is up in the air as a result. If he does not get the green light, Chase Lucas and Brian Branch would be prime candidates to fill in opposite Cameron Sutton at corner. Still, more clarity on Jacobs' status is unlikely to come until closer to kickoff.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Logs season-high seven stops

    Jacobs recorded seven tackles (five solo), one sack and one pass defensed during Sunday's 34-23 win over the Vikings. Jacobs tied his previous career high with seven stops in Sunday's win over Minnesota, while he also played all but two defensive snaps for Detroit in the contest. With fellow cornerback Will Harris questionable for this weekend due to a hip issue, Jacobs could once again play a prominent role in the Lions' secondary Sunday versus the Jets.
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  • Lions' Jerry Jacobs: Returns to practice Wednesday

    Jacobs (knee) was designated to return from the PUP list and practiced Wednesday. Jacobs started the campaign on the PUP list while he continued to rehab from a torn ACL, but he's returned to practice at the earliest possible time, which is encouraging for his availability moving forward. The second-year defensive back will have 21 days to be added to the active roster, but if he isn't, he'll revert to the PUP list for the remainder of the campaign.
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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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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