Detroit Lions Injury Designation: Jonah Jackson Out, 4 Starters in Question vs. Vikings

The Detroit Lions have declared injury designation ahead of their Week 3 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. Pro Bowl starting left guard Jonah Jackson is still out, but All-Pro center Frank He looks set to bring Lagnow back to the starting lineup. lineup.

Note: A change from yesterday’s injury report is bold.


  • G Jonah Jackson (finger)
  • DL John Kominski (wrist)

Jackson has been absent from practice all week and has been moving around energetically, but has yet to go this week. There are options, but don’t be surprised if the team asks Dan Skipper to restart this week. showed performance.

The designation was expected as Kominsky underwent wrist surgery on Tuesday and was expected to be out “for a while”. seems obvious (he was a healthy scratch last week), but Kominski’s biggest influence comes from within. Options for subpackage internal pass rusher rolls.

i doubt it

  • RB Dundle Swift (ankle)
  • TE TJ Hockenson (Hip)
  • C Frank Lagnow (foot)
  • EDGE Aidan Hutchinson (Thigh) — Returning to practice on Friday

Swift has two limited practices this week and he’s expected to play Sunday, though the Lions are taking a cautious approach to injury management. “I think he’ll be fine,” Campbell assured Friday’s press conference.

Hockenson has attended three limited practices this week and the topic surrounding him has been largely silent, which is usually a strong indicator that the team doesn’t care about his status.

Ragnou participated in three exclusive practices this week and has seen his participation level slowly increase each day. Early indications are that he could return to the starting line-up this week, as long as Saturday’s medical test is positive.

“Yeah, that’s a good thing,” Campbell said of the possibility of getting Lagnow back. I would say it tends to be that way but I still want to see how he behaves today I’ll get up tomorrow and see where he is But if he comes back If you can come, it certainly helps.

Hutchinson returned to practice on Friday and spoke to the media for the last time. Hutchinson took the story further, claiming he “feels good” and is “okay” to play on Sunday. claimed.

Not listed in injury designation

  • CB Amani Orwalier (back)
  • S Tracy Walker (unrelated to injury)
  • S Juju Hughes (Shoulder)
  • S Ifeutu Melifonwu (Hamstring)

Orwalier seems to be returning to the starting line-up this week as well, as he has practiced full participation continuously and no longer has an injury designation.

Hughes was only limited to Wednesday and has been practicing in full since. Expect him to be ready to go.

Melifonwu attended a full week of practice and after two weeks of restrictions, he was finally able to contribute. Quantities and locations have yet to be determined, but a role on special teams is likely.

Walker’s absence has not yet been officially explained, but it has been suggested that he was not named for this game and is set to go on Sunday in Minnesota.

Viking Injury Designation

apparently viking will be gone Starting safety Harrison Smith, who has yet to pass the league’s concussion protocol. This will be a huge blow to their secondary, and he will likely be replaced by a combination of former Michigan safety Josh Meteras and first-round pick Luis Shine.

Here’s the rest of the Vikings’ injury report, including the addition of linebacker Eric Kendricks, who suffered a toe injury. Viking Camp optimistic he will play.

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