The Detroit Lions got some injury updates on a pair of players who were injured in last night’s 13-10 loss to Seattle. Both Eric Ebron and Tyrunn Walker left last night’s game with significant injuries and would not return. Today, the Lions confirmed the worst on Walker as he has a dislocated ankle and a broken leg. Walker was put on IR today and will miss the remainder of 2015.
Tyrunn Walker is done for the year, dislocated ankle and broke leg. In surgery right now.
— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) October 6, 2015
Ebron left last night with a knee injury that had him in a considerable amount of pain. While some expected the worst for the Lions TE, the MRI results would come back negative for any structural damage. His status is still uncertain for week five against Arizona.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) October 6, 2015
These are two big blows for the Lions as they are dealing with a significant amount of injuries already on both sides of the ball. The Lions were already without TE Brandon Pettigrew for the last couple of games. His status is still unclear as well for week five. If neither Ebron or Pettigrew can play, Tim Wright will be the expected starter at TE.