DETROIT – The Detroit Lions continue to suffer a terrible streak of injuries, with the Pro Bowl center, Frank ragnow, scheduled to undergo a foot surgery that will end his season, confirmed a source to ESPN.
NFL Network was the first outlet to report that Ragnow met with Dr. Robert Anderson to confirm the best course of action to address the injury.
Ragnow he was already in the injured reserve list so the head coach of the Lions, Dan Campbell, described as a “toe injury version“.
The star center suffered the injury during the first half of the defeat of Detroit in Week 4 against the Chicago Bears. The team also lost outside linebacker Romeo Okwara to a season-ending Achilles tendon injury that same game.
Ragnow he earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl last season and became the highest-paid center in the NFL this offseason.
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The Lions, who have yet to win this season, suffered a couple of disappointing defeats with last-second field goals while suffering a spate of injuries. Wide receivers Quintez Cephus (collarbone) and Tyrell Williams (concussion) as well as cornerbacks Ifeatu Melifonwu (thigh) and Jeff Okudah (Achilles tendon), among others, are all in the field. injured reserve list.