Lions offensive tackle Jason Fox has left Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings because of a groin injury. His return is questionable.
Detroit is trying to replace both starting tackles from last season after Jeff Backus retired and Gosder Cherilus left via free agency. Fox and 2012 first-round draft pick Riley Reiff are expected to play bigger roles this year.
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September 08, 2013
Monday the Detroit Lions came to terms with free agent offensive tackle Jason Fox on a one-year deal. Injuries have limited him to just five appearances in three years. If he can remain healthy though, he would become a major boost to the offensive line, most likely at the right tackle position.
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The dog days of the preseason are taking hold, and the Detroit Lions are pressing through. In the meantime, there's been several newsworthy events in the past few days to catch fans up on. Here's the latest from around the web as the Lions prepare for their third preseason game.
The Detroit Free Press's Carlos Monarrez tells the unique story of Lions' rookie...
The Lions' coaching staff would love nothing more than for 2010 fourth-round pick Jason Fox to finally take a step forward and start competing for playing time at tackle. Continue reading →
Jason Fox got incredibly lucky Wednesday. It was the type of luck that’s almost unheard of, honestly. The Detroit Lions offensive tackle may be a great football player, but he narrowly — and I mean narrowly — escaped defeat in a game of H-O-R-S-E prior to a Lions charity basketball game at Flint Southwestern Academy [...]
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Detroit Lions have signed punter Robert Malone and placed offensive tackle Jason Fox on injured reserve.
Malone was added to the roster Friday because Ryan Donahue is questionable to play at Chicago because of a right quadriceps injury. Donahue might be active and used only as a holder on extra points and field goals Sunday against the Bears.
Fox had a...
Detroit Lions tackle Jason Fox will have surgery on his knee after injuring it in practice on Thursday. Fox hopes he can be at 100 percent next season.
The Detroit Lions sign punter Robert Malone and placed tackle Jason Fox on injured reserve.
First Nick Fairley, now Jason Fox. Two days after Fairley returned from a fractured foot he suffered in August, the Lions got Fox back on the field for the first time since training camp.
The Lions' second-year offensive tackle went through warm-up stretches and some non-contact positional drills for the first time since injuring his foot on August 6.