Lions WRs Amon-Ra St. Brown, Jameson Williams injured

Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown catches passes during training camp on Wednesday, Aug. 02, 2023, in Allen Park.

Lions vast receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown catches passes throughout coaching camp on Wednesday, Aug. 02, 2023, in Allen Park.
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Lions vast receivers Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jameson Williams are sidelined by accidents, diminishing their probabilities of taking part in within the remaining preseason video games.

Williams, who will serve a six-game suspension to begin the common season, has a extreme hamstring harm. Coach Dan Campbell dominated him out for the remainder of the exhibition slate, that means the 2022 first-round decide will not swimsuit up for sport motion once more till Oct. 22 at Baltimore.

Detroit’s No. 1 receiver, St. Brown injured his ankle in Wednesday’s observe, Campbell stated, and will not observe till subsequent week. Campbell labeled the harm “minor” and left open the chance that St. Brown may not observe once more till as late as subsequent Friday.

“We’ll get him again anyplace from Monday to Carolina, anyplace in that window,” Campbell stated.

The Lions play the Panthers in a preseason tilt in Charlotte, N.C., on Aug. 25.

St. Brown, 23, had 106 receptions for 1,161 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2022.

Williams, 22, missed most of final season recovering from a torn ACL suffered at Alabama.

He was suspended by the NFL for violations of the league’s betting coverage. Three Lions vast receivers, together with since-released Quintez Cephus, have been a part of the NFL’s April 21 suspension announcement for playing violations. Vast receiver Stanley Berryhill additionally was suspended six video games. Cephus, ineligible to use for reinstatement this calendar 12 months, was waived.

Williams, drafted twelfth within the first spherical in 2022, was betting on non-NFL video games with cellphones whereas on the workforce facility, his agent confirmed.

—Discipline Degree Media