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Top Lions News

  • Lions' Josh Reynolds: Logs another limited session

    Reynolds (groin) was a limited practice participant Thursday.

    Reynolds has been very efficient with his reps to kick off the current campaign, hauling in nine of 13 targets for 146 yards and two touchdowns. That equates to 16.2 YPC and 11.2 YPT, which will be difficult to maintain moving forward. Still, Reynolds' groin injury is a pressing issue, which is capping his on-field reps during Week 3 prep. Friday's practice report will reveal whether or not he'll enter the weekend with a designation for Sunday's game versus the Falcons.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Limited in return to practice

    St. Brown (knee) was limited at Thursday's practice.

    After coach Dan Campbell told Eric Woodyard of on Wednesday that St. Brown was dealing with a toe injury, was day-to-day and wouldn't practice to begin Week 3 prep, the wide receiver mixed into some drills one day later. It's a decent enough sign that St. Brown is doing everything possible to be available Sunday against the Falcons, but his status still will be one to monitor closely, especially with how the Lions list him on Friday's practice report.

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  • Lions' David Montgomery: Misses another practice

    Montgomery (thigh) remained sidelined during Thursday's practice, Kyle Meinke of reports.

    Montgomery also missed Wednesday's session, which sets the stage for Friday's practice to loom large for the running back in terms of his chances of suiting up Sunday versus the Falcons. If Montgomery is unavailable this weekend, Jahmyr Gibbs would be in a position to see added touches Week 3, with Craig Reynolds and Zonovan Knight on hand to serve as complementary options in Detroit's backfield.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Back at practice

    St. Brown (toe) was present for Thursday's practice, Eric Woodyard of reports.

    St. Brown didn't practice Wednesday, so his return to the field Thursday, in any capacity, is a step in the right direction for the wideout ahead of Sunday's game against the Falcons. The Lions' looming injury report will provide added context with regard to St. Brown's Week 3 status by clarifying his level of participation.

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  • Lions' Emmanuel Moseley: Still not practicing

    Moseley (knee) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

    Moseley already missed the first two games of the season, and his absence from practice Wednesday is not a good indication for his potential availability in Week 3. He'll have two more shots to practice before Detroit's last injury report of the week comes out Friday.

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  • Lions' Antoine Green: Clear of concussion protocol

    Green (concussion) was a full participant at practice Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

    After being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's 37-31 loss versus Seattle, Green is already back at practice Wednesday. He recorded his first NFL catch in Week 2 and will look to expand on that as the season progresses.

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  • Lions' Josh Reynolds: Bothered by groin injury

    Reynolds was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

    Reynolds showed no sign of injury during Sunday's loss to Seattle, scoring a pair of touchdowns and playing 80 percent of the snaps on offense. With 13 targets, 146 receiving yards and the two touchdowns through two weeks, Reynolds has emerged as Detroit's top perimeter threat ahead of 33-year-old Marvin Jones. The Lions would use Kalif Raymond more in the event of Reynolds being unable to play through the groin injury this Sunday versus the Falcons.

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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' David Montgomery: Not practicing

    Montgomery (thigh) isn't practicing Wednesday, Colton Pouncy of The Athletic reports.

    Montgomery said Sunday he might need "a couple weeks" to recover from his thigh bruise, while head coach Dan Campbell used the term "day-to-day" to describe the running back less than 24 hours later. Either way, Montgomery was never expected to practice Wednesday, and his potential absence Sunday against Atlanta positions rookie Jahmyr Gibbs to serve as Detroit's top back while Craig Reynolds and Zonovan Knight serve as depth option. Gibbs will most likely dominate the snaps if Montgomery sits out Sunday, with Reynolds likely subbing in for some carries and perhaps a target or two.

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  • Lions' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Could return this season

    Coach Dan Campbell said there's a "chance" Gardner-Johnson (pectoral) plays again this season, Eric Woodyard of reports.

    Gardner-Johnson was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Eric Woodyard of ESPN reports that the Lions at one point feared Gardner-Johnson had suffered a torn pectoral, but Campbell isn't ruling out a return for the standout safety, yet. For at least the foreseeable future, though, Tracy Walker figures to take on an expanded role for Detroit's secondary.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 110.0
Def. 86.0

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