DETROIT, Mich. — The Detroit Lions continue to suffer a rash of injuries, with Pro Bowl center Frank Ragnow now set to go through season-ending toe surgical treatment, a source verified to ESPN.
NFL Network was very first to report that Ragnow met Dr. Robert Anderson to get verification on the very best strategy to deal with the injury.
Ragnow was currently on the hurt reserve list for what Lions coach Dan Campbell referred to as a “version of turf toe.”
He suffered the injury throughout the very first half of Detroit’s Week 4 loss at Chicago. The group likewise lost outdoors linebacker Romeo Okwara to a season-ending Achilles injury because very same video game.
Ragnow made his very first Pro Bowl berth last season and ended up being the NFL’s highest-paid center this offseason.
The winless Lions have actually suffered a set of heartbreaking losses on last-second basket while being struck with an attack of injuries. Wide receiver Quintez Cephus (collarbone), pass receiver Tyrell Williams (concussion) and cornerbacks Ifeatu Melifonwu (thigh) and Jeff Okudah (Achilles) to name a few, are all on the hurt reserve list.