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Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson walked out the beginning of Tuesday's practice with trainer, but would not reveal the extent of his injury.
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According to Chris McCosky of the Detroit news, Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson sat out practice on Tuesday. It seems that Johnson sat out due to an ankle injury that he’s been dealing with. He was seen walking off the field during practice with a team trainer. “I’ll be alright,” Johnson said to the local [...]
Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson did not practice on Tuesday due to an ankle injury after fully participating on Monday. The Lions will face Green Bay on Thursday.
Lions are moving the ball, down right now to the Packers 29. But we're not seeing much from Calvin Johnson at all. He's got one pass for 23 yards, but hasn't been targeted much at all in this second quarter. Of course, once again, as I type this, Calvin Johnson just got targeted in the endzone.
Detroit's young defensive end missed the Carolina game with an ankle injury, while the Lions' star wideout tweaked his ankle against the Panthers.
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(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) 8:45 left in the first quarterCharles Godfrey picks off a Matthew Stafford pass in the end zone and returns it to Lions' 18. Stafford's pass was intended for Calvin Johnson, but Sherrod Martin deflected it.