Detroit Lions Injury Update: Quintez Cephus helped off the field.

Detroit Lions Injury Update: Quintez Cephus helped off the field.


Detroit Lions Wide receiver Quintez Cefus left Tuesday’s practice with a leg injury. During a one-on-one drill, Cephus got stuck with cornerback Jeff Okudah and went to the ground. He spent several minutes on the ground, being helped off the field by the two trainers, without putting any strain on his lower body. He did not return to practice.

The severity of the injury is not yet known and we won’t get any information from the team until coach Dan Campbell gives a press conference before practice on Wednesday. However, it does not look promising.

In the year The Lions’ fifth-round pick in 2020 is a tough break for Cephus. Last year, he suffered a broken collarbone early in the year, which robbed him of most of his high school career. This year, he is in contention for a backup role after overcoming a second-team offense that plagued him early in training camp. With Jameson Williams still on the non-football injury list and Corey Sutton’s retirementThat could leave the Lions a little short-handed at receiver. Hopefully, the Lions will get some good news about Cephus’ situation.

In other injury news, Levi Onwuzurike was not at practice on Tuesday. He was slow to get up after being injured in team practice on Monday, but the team did not provide any updates on the injury. Tight end TJ Hokenson was in practice, but did not participate. Safety C.J. Moore remains sidelined on the NFI list, but continues to make sprints and appears close to returning.



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