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Lions’ Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison leaves with injury vs. Vikings

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This is not a good day for the Detroit Lions, in terms of injuries.

First, Darius Slay and Kerryon Johnson were forced to leave the game against the Minnesota Vikings and now, Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison had to be helped off the field after suffering what looked to be a groin injury. Harrison went straight to the locker room after leaving the field.

Let’s hope this is nothing serious!

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