Breaking news Detroit Lions NFC Championship Preliminary Injury Report for Wednesday

Fortunately, the Detroit Lions have been relatively healthy during the NFL postseason. Many of their big players have continued to play through the first two postseason games, despite a number of them suffering from bumps and bruises.

Jonah Jackson and Frank Ragnow, two important offensive lineman, sustained injuries during the team’s Divisional Round victory and were not allowed to participate in Wednesday’s walkthrough.

Jackson is not expected to play on Sunday after undergoing surgery to repair a small meniscus injury. In the meantime, Ragnow will probably struggle through the most recent setback in his string of injuries.




After being rolled up on during Sunday’s game, the veteran center sprained his knee and his ankle, but he still plans to play through the injuries.

Despite the injury, he participated in every offensive play for Detroit during the Divisional Round. On Monday, Ragnow stated, “To be honest, I feel pretty good.” “It exceeded my expectations. Definitely stiff, but I’ve been getting better and feel fairly nice. I think I’m at a favorable place.”

Dan Campbell, the coach of the Lions, knew what he had going into the season. Even while he was unable to identify a defining moment when he realized this team would be unique, he said on Wednesday that he had sensed this group was going to create waves throughout training camp.

“I don’t always think in that way. One week at a time, in my opinion. As I’ve kind of already indicated, the goal is to find a way to win as many games as you can and position yourself to have the best chance of advancing in the playoffs,” Campbell said. “After that, it’s all about that one, and then you move on to the next one and the next one.”

Kalif Raymond #11 of the Detroit Lions is tackled by Riley Moss #37 of the Denver Broncos during the first quarter at Ford Field on December 16, 2023 in Detroit, Michigan.

“In general, I’m kind of that way. In training camp, I would have told you that I knew we would make a good team if you were asking me what I believed was possible,” Campbell continued. “It’s all about getting in, who knows what that will be. We entered, and we’re currently living week by week.”

Lions’ projected injury report for the NFC Championship on Wednesday

Knee — Jonah Jackson (NP) Knee — Sam LaPorta (NP) Frank Ragnow — Back, knee, toe, and ankle (NP) Raymond Kalif — Knee (NP) Alex Anzalone — Ribs and shoulder (LP) Josh Reynolds— The Album “Ribs” Ankle — James Houston (FP)










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