During a bye week in the NFL, the hope is that players have time to recover from injuries and refresh the bodies prior to the team’s next game. That seems to be the case for some Detroit Lions’ players as both T.J. Lang and Ezekiel Ansah returned to practice on Wednesday, though both were limited.
But one player, who was on the injury report prior to the Lions last game has now missed his second consecutive practice and is in jeopardy of being inactive for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins.
That player is none other than Theo Riddick.
Still no RB Theo Riddick at Lions practice Thursday. Everyone else accounted for.
— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) October 18, 2018
Since coming to the Lions, Riddick has become one of the Lions biggest most feared threats for Matthew Stafford the Lions’ passing attack. In fact, Riddick has over 50 catches in each of the past three seasons and he is currently on pace to eclipse that mark once again.
If Riddick is unable to give it a go on Sunday, you can bet that Ameer Abdullah will get some extended action on third down plays.
Michigan confirms defensive player is leaving program
This coming Saturday, Michigan will be in East Lansing to take on the Michigan State Spartans in what is being looked at as a must-win game for both teams.
Most news this week was supposed to be about the big game, but on Wednesday night, some news broke that caught most Wolverines’ fans off guard.
According to reports, Michigan linebacker Drew Singleton had decided to transfer.
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