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Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson missed Wednesday's practice and was listed on the injury report with a foot injury. Madden curse or minor bumps and bruises? Lions coach Jim Schwartz wasn't letting on what's ailing Johnson, or if his status for Sunday night's game at San Francisco was in jeopardy. "Injury report. You know me," Schwartz said. Johnson played the entire game against the Rams in Detroit last week.
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Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson missed Wednesday’s practice because of a foot injury, according to the team’s official injury report.
“Receiver Calvin Johnson did not participate in practice because of a foot injury, according to the report. Johnson played the entire game against the Rams and seems to be fine, judging from the portion of practice open to the media...
There has been a lot of talk on whether Calvin Johnson will be able to reach his goal of 2,000 receiving yards this season. As impressed as I was last year with Calvin Johnson performance, 96 rec for 1,681 yards and 16 TDs, this is a new year and things will be a little different. And no, I am not going to be cliche and blame some stupid Madden curse. As matter of fact,...
Calvin Johnson was listed on the Lions' injury report Wednesday with a foot injury and missed practice, but he returned to practice Thursday and will start Sunday's game at San Francisco. The nature of his injury isn't clear, nor is it considered serious. Johnson finished the game against the Rams and didn't appear to require any post-game treatment. He was on...
According to Anwar Richardson is MLive.com, Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson didn’t practice on Wednesday. Head coach Jim Schwartz wouldn’t disclose why Johnson was out.
#Lions coach Jim Schwartz would not disclose why Calvin Johnson did not participate in today’s #NFL practice.
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) September 12, 2012
As soon as we find out why Johnson...
Lions receiver Calvin Johnson was listed on the team's injury report Wednesday due to a foot injury, according to the Lions' official website.Fantasy Spin:Detroit coach Jim Schwartz didn't comment on the situation per his policy on injury report news but Johnson should be fine to play Sunday. The superstar receiver turned in a 100-yard effort in Week 1 despite Matthew...
Anwar Richardson of MLive.com reports that receiver Calvin Johnson returned to practice for the Lions on Thursday. Johnson missed Wednesday's practice while tending to an injured foot.Fantasy Spin:Johnson is still listed as questionable but we'd be very surprised if coach Jim Schwartz held him out of Sunday night's primetime matchup against San Francisco. Megatron tallied...
According to Anwar Richardson of MLive.com, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson was back at practice today after missing Wednesday’s practice with a knee injury.
#Lions WR Calvin Johnson is back at practice. Missed yesterday with foot injury #NFL
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) September 13, 2012
There’s no doubt in my mind that Johnson will be ready to go this week.
As Adam Schefter put it:Lions WR Calvin Johnson did not practice today. May be nothing, may be something. Lions will update injury report later.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 12, 2012That injury report did come out later and this is what it said:Lions now listing Calvin Johnson with a foot injury, not a Madden Cover Curse, @@sandysandovalEA— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
There aren’t many wide receivers that can dominate like Calvin Johnson or Randy Moss. Blessed with ungodly size and speed, you can’t go wrong with either of these pass catchers.According to Nate Burleson, a current Detroit Lions and a one-time teammate of Randy Moss in Minnesota, Megatron is the better of the two.Burleson told Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press: “When...
Wide Receiver’s With 100+ Yards In Week One -
1. Reggie Wayne - Indianapolis Colts - 135 yards
2. Lance Moore - New Orleans Saints - 120 yards
3. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans - 119 yards
4. Brandon Marshall - Chicago Bears - 119 yards
5. Kevin Ogletree - Dallas Cowboys - 114 yards
6. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions - 111 yards
7. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos - 110 yards...