Amon-Ra St. Brown Injury: Dan Campbell gives latest update
During Wednesday's joint training camp practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Detroit Lions faced some heart-stopping moments. Two of their key wide receivers, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jameson Williams (click here to see the unfortunate update on Jamo) suffered injuries. The fanbase and coaching staff held their collective breaths, especially given St. Brown's stellar performance over the past two seasons.
Why it Matters
As one of the leading receivers in the NFL, with a remarkable tally of 196 catches, any prolonged absence of St. Brown could pose a significant challenge for the Lions. However, Lions' head coach Dan Campbell brought a sense of relief during his interview on the Stoney & Jansen Show, shedding light on St. Brown's ankle injury status.
“To me, Saint is about as unbreakable as they get, so I’m not worried about it,” said Campbell. “I don’t think this is going to be something major. He could be down a little bit, but tentatively right know, I think we’ll be OK here. This guy can overcome quite a bit, so I think we’ll be alright.”
TL;DR (too long didn't read)
- Amon-Ra St. Brown, a leading receiver for the Detroit Lions, sustained an ankle injury during a joint practice session with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- Coach Dan Campbell remains positive about the situation, praising St. Brown's resilience and suggesting a quick recovery.
- The injury, while concerning, is not expected to be a major setback, and St. Brown will soon be back in action.
Bottom Line – The Lions Dodged A Bullet
This is obviously great news for Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Detroit Lions, as it would be devastating if he had to miss any time at all in the regular season. One thing if for certain, you can bet the team is going to be VERY CAREFUL with St. Brown for the remainder of the preseason.