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Detroit Lions place RB Kerryon Johnson on Injured Reserve

According to head coach Matt Patricia, the Detroit Lions are placing RB Kerryon Johnson on IR following a knee procedure he had done on Tuesday.

Johnson was forced to leave Sunday’s loss to the Vikings with a knee injury.

He will be eligible to return to the Lions after 8 weeks.

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