Found November 12, 2011 on
Pro Football Talk:
As MDS pointed out Friday, the Lions are dealing with injuries both to kicker Jason Hanson and punter Ryan Donahue. Hanson, who is listed as probable for Sunday at Chicago, has a left knee injury that he suffered during the bye week. How did he do it? Hanson isn’t saying much about it. “I don’t…
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The 41-year-old Hanson was not kicking at Wednesday's practice due to an injured left knee.
Detroit Lions K Jason Hanson answered questions about his left knee injury, but would not say how it occurred, after Thursday's practice.
Yes, the post title is admittedly harsh but there is some truth in it. Jason Hanson didn’t take part in kicking drills due to stitches in his knee. That … [visit site to read more]Jason Hanson to Blame for Ryan Donahue’s Injury - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The kicking game is a mess right now. First, Jason Hanson wasn’t able to practice Wednesday due to an injury he sustained in the bye week. The injury was severe enough for him to get stitches in his knee. When the Lions had Ryan Donahue kick some field goals, he strained his quad. On Sunday, the Lions may be without their regular kicker and punter. Bad timing considering...
Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Chicago, while running back Jahvid Best will miss a third consecutive game because of a concussion.
The Lions hope Jason Hanson will be ready to go vs. the Bears on Sunday after the old-as-a-tree kicker suffered an off-the-field injury he'd rather not talk about.
Kicker Jason Hanson returned to Detroit Lions practice today a day after sitting out with a left knee injury, but punter Ryan Donahue has a right quad strain and didn't do anything but hold during the portion open to the media.
Jason Hanson, with stitches in his left knee, was kicking the ball cleanly and without any apparent discomfort on the outdoor practice field Thursday. He had not kicked Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Detroit Lions have seen a domino effect of injuries on special teams this week. Kicker Jason Hanson suffered an injury to his left knee during the bye week, and although Hanson’s injury is not expected to keep him out of Sunday’s game against the Bears, it was serious enough that the Lions asked punter…
Julius Peppers is bad news for the Lions. He ended Matthew Stafford's season a year ago and now he ended an important drive for the Lions by sacking Stafford.
The Lions scored again on Jason Hanson field goal to make the score 20-6 for the Bears. But the Lions needed more, and Peppers stopped