Bryant (hip) won't play in Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Bryant was carrying a doubtful tag coming into Week 14, so his absence from the lineup isn't quite a surprise. It will be the second straight game missed for the rookie out of Clemson, and in his stead, only Trey Flowers and Romeo Okwara are healthy for the game at the defensive end position.
Bryant (arm) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Bryant has missed all but one game on the season, and this would mark his second straight absence. He practiced Wednesday before surfacing on the injury report Thursday and wasn't able to return. With Da'Shawn Hand (ankle) already ruled out, the Lions could be thin at defensive end Sunday.
The Lions activated Bryant (arm) from injured reserve Tuesday.
Bryant has been practicing for three weeks, so he should be ready to make his NFL debut Sunday against the Redskins. The rookie fourth-rounder out of Clemson could be immediately thrust into a sizable workload since Trey Flowers (concussion) and Da'Shawn Hand (ankle) starting the week on the injury report.
Bryant (arm) was officially designated to return from injured reserve and practiced Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Bryant has been sidelined by the arm injury since late July but could be nearing his NFL debut. The rookie fourth-round pick would likely provide some depth on the defensive line for the Lions.
Bryant (arm) did not play in Friday's preseason game against the Bills.
The fourth-round rookie is presumably still hampered by the arm injury he sustained during the opening days of training camp. It's not clear if Bryant will be available for Week 1, but there hasn't been any mention of a possible stint on the PUP or IR lists.
Bryant (arm) is considered day-to-day, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Bryant was just activated July 23 from the Lions' NFI list after recovering from a torn right pectoral -- the same side on which he sustained the arm injury Sunday. When healthy, the 22-year-old is expected to add depth to Detroit's defensive front behind Trey Flowers (shoulder) and Da'Shawn Hand (arm).
Bryant left Sunday's practice early with an apparent arm injury, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Bryant was activated Tuesday off Detroit's non-football injury list after recovering from a torn pectoral. Birkett reports that the apparent injury is on Bryant's right arm - the same side on which he tore his pectoral last season. It's unclear how serious the injury is. When healthy, Bryant is expected to add depth to Detroit's defensive front behind Trey Flowers (shoulder) and Da'Shawn Hand (arm).
The Lions activated Bryant (pectoral) off their Non-Football Injury list Tuesday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Bryant had surgery Jan. 17 to repair a torn pectoral and seems to be fully recovered from the injury. The fourth-round pick in April's draft was a lesser-known Clemson lineman but still racked up at least 8.0 sacks in his final two seasons for the Tigers. Now that he's healthy, he has enough power and polish to his game to add useful depth on Detroit's edge.
Bryant (pectoral) was placed on the Lions' Non-Football Injury list Friday.
Bryant was contained to rehab work during June's minicamp and it's unclear if he'll be ready during training camp. The 22-year-old had surgery Jan. 17 to repair a torn pectoral. The Lions begin training camp Wednesday.
Bryant (pectoral) was contained to rehab work during June's minicamp, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Bryant presumably spent OTAs doing rehab as well, as he works his way back from Jan. 17 surgery to repair a torn pectoral. There's no telling if he'll be full-go in time for the start of training camp next month.
The Lions selected Bryant (pectoral) in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 117th overall.
Bryant is the lesser-known Clemson lineman who was a two-year starter for the Tigers. A pectoral injury prevented him from working out at the combine, but the film suggested that Bryant was not reliant on elite athleticism. He did have at least 8.0 sacks in each of his final two seasons at Clemson and has enough power and polish to his game to add useful depth on Detroit's edge.
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