Via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Lions coach Matt Patricia said that running back Kerryon Johnson had a knee procedure, and was headed to injured reserve. He will be out at least eight weeks. That would only likely happen if the Lions were in playoff contention, otherwise, the Lions likely wouldn't risk him returning for meaningless games - similar to last season.
Johnson left Week 7 with a knee injury and was initially deemed week-to-week.
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Johnson played in 10 games last season as a rookie before being placed on IR. His average of 5.43 yards per carry ranked second in the National Football League (for players with at least 100 rushing attempts). He also has 126 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Johnson ran the ball 92 times in the team's first six games, gaining 308 yards and two touchdowns.
OL : Cherki en Ligue des champions et plus en Youth League
Malgré son irrégularité, le Néerlandais pèse grandement dans le secteur offensif grâce à sa qualité de pied et sa créativité. A noter que Fernando Marçal s'est blessé à la cuisse hier à l'entraînement.
Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group.
NDP: Jagmeet Singh loses seats in the 2019 Canadian Elections
The Liberals won a minority government, the Bloc won dozens of seats, and the NDP may hold the balance of power. Scheer also characterized Monday's results that way. "This is a first step".