Detroit Lions release initial Week 3 Injury Report

When the Detroit Lions host the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football, there is a chance they will be without All-Pro cornerback Darius Slay as he is dealing with a concussion.

On Wednesday, the Lions released their initial Week 3 Injury/Practice report and Slay did not participate at all. Joining Slay on the report are Jamal Agnew (shoulder), Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder), T.J. Lang (back), and Andrew Donnal (knee). Agnew, Ansah, and Lang were all limited on Wednesday.












The hope is that both Ansah and Lang are able to suit up against the Patriots after they both missed the Lions Week 2 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Though there is still time, it seems like Slay could miss Sunday’s game as the Lions signed free agent cornerback DeShawn Shead on Wednesday as a backup plan.


MUST SEE: Die-hard Detroit Lions’ fan making best attempt to buy team

The Detroit Lions are off to a 0-2 start and many fans are panicking and pointing fingers. Some say it is the fault of new head coach Matt Patricia, others say GM Bob Quinn is at fault, and many put the majority of the blame on the players.

But one die-hard Lions fan feels like he has the perfect solution.

Jason Foster from Portage has started a GoFundMe page with the hopes of raising enough money to actually buy the Detroit Lions.

In fact, Foster is hoping to raise $1 billion to put towards the cause.

“All my life, the Detroit Lions have been terrible. Year after year the Lions have let their fans down. It’s time that we the people do something about it. I propose that we band together to make the Fords an offer to buy the Lions that they can’t refuse!  The first order of business after buying the Lions, will be to clean house. Nobody is safe in their position. We are going to DRAIN the SWAMP! New coaches, new players, new front office. Interviews would start immediately for all jobs. NO Ohio State Buckeyes or kneelers NEED APPLY! We are going to hire the best people! We are going to win so much, you’ll be tired of winning! We are going to take the Detroit Lions to the Super Bowl! Won’t you join us on this journey to make the Lions great!? Obviously it will cost more than $1B to buy and operate, but it’s the highest GoFundMe will let us go. We are estimating that $3.5B will be needed, so tell all your friends! Funds from the team will go towards building a wall on Michigan’s southern border!”

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Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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