Earlier this week, we learned Taylor Decker underwent shoulder surgery after suffering an injury during practice. Lions coach Jim Caldwell said Tuesday he didn't think Decker's injury would end his 2017 season, but he declined to provide specifics beyond that.
Decker, the No 16 overall pick in the 2016 draft, sustained the injury a few weeks ago during offseason activities and had surgery to fix it earlier this week. Caldwell said the franchise would provide an update on Decker in the fall.
If it turns out to be only four games, that's a hit the Lions can take.
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Joe Dahl, Corey Robinson and Cornelius Lucas are among the candidates to replace Decker at left tackle, with Caldwell saying Ricky Wagner will remain at right tackle despite Decker's injury. The New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills were two of them.
Tate was reacting to a graphic from Pro Football Focus which lists him as the NFL's leader in forced missed tackles since 2014 at the wide receiver position, ahead of fifth-placed Edelman.
They should be able to get more pressure on starting quarterback Matthew Stafford.
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