Detroit Lions Week 1 injury labels: Frank Rajno questionable, Tommy Kramer off the field

The Detroit Lions They announced their injury labels ahead of their Week 1 match with Philadelphia Eagles There was a mixture of good and bad news up front.

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  • IOL Tommy Kraemer (reverse)
  • DL Levi Onwuzurike (Reverse)

In his Friday morning press conference, coach Dan Campbell noted that Cramer’s chances of playing in the first week were low, and after he missed training for the third time this week, he has already been ruled out.

“In terms of Kramer, I’d say probably — it just sounds a little bleak to him,” Campbell said. “But yeah, I think (Stenberg) from Logan definitely has a lot of reps in there, and we’ve moved a couple of players, so we feel confident we’ll have the best mix out there.”

With Kraemer out of the mix to replace Halapoulivaati Vaitai in the right guard, Logan Stenberg could be the next man in line for a start, as Campbell had some good things to say about him. As Campbell went on to say, the team felt comfortable with the plan they put in place, and he wouldn’t confirm what that plan was.

“Yes, I wouldn’t say,” Campbell said with a smile with a competitive advantage.

Onuzurik remained on the sidelines due to a back injury and, as expected, was ruled out for this match. There is no clear timetable for his return to action, but the fact that they have not yet put him in injured reserve suggests he may be back soon.

Doubtful

  • S Ifeatu Melifonwu (hamstring)

Milifuno missed nearly a month of training camp and had only three days of limited practice under his belt since his return, so a questionable appointment looks fitting as his acclimatization returns.

Doubtful

  • C. Frank Ragno (thigh)
  • EDGE Julian Okwara (hamstring)

Ragnow injured his thigh during Wednesday’s training, and while he felt good enough to participate in Thursday’s rounds, he skipped formal practice on Thursday. He returned to limited practice on Friday and told the media he was “cautiously optimistic” about playing on Sunday, but still needed to find out what it was like on Saturday, as well as check the opinion of coaches and medical staff. put it.

“I think it’s less of a responsibility on me because I’m going to try,” Rajno told the media after Friday’s training. “It’s about the coaches and the medical staff, but I treat it as best I can, and make sure I do everything I can to give them my best performance until I get their approval.”

If Ragnow is not left out, Evan Brown – who started 13 games in place of Ragnow last season – is ready to step in if necessary.

“Evan has put together a lot of actors for us in the last year and he’s done a really good job for us,” Campbell said. “Shoot, I have great confidence in him.”

Okwara has been training in a limited fashion for two weeks now, and it looks like his return to the action game could go either way now. Watch his condition during the warm-ups before Sunday’s game, as you may end up deciding what time the game is.

No injury set

  • Chris LB (knee) plank
  • Edge John Kominsky (illness)
  • K Austin Seibert (right thigh)

The board was restricted on Wednesday but ended the week with two full practices to participate and no in-game injury designation. It’s good to go.

Kominsky missed training with illness on Wednesday but is back in full action and doesn’t seem to have any results left.

Seibert was limited during Wednesday’s training – despite the special teams coordinator Dave Vaib basically described it as a formality– It’s good to go on Sunday. The team made a move at Kicker on Friday, Dominic Eberly’s signature in the coaching squad He put Aldrick Rosas on the training/injured list.