The Detroit Lions sprained their right shoulder in the second quarter, when they repelled Dandre Swift and lost to the Chicago Bears on Thursday 16-14.
Swift left in the middle of the second quarter after working hard with former Georgia teammate Roquan Smith.
Lions coach Dan Campbell didn’t immediately know how long Swift would be sent off.
“It’s a wait-and-see,” Campbell later said. “We know it’s a shoulder sprain, so we’ll see where it goes.”
Swift carried only three times at 0 yards and caught 3 passes at 9 yards.
He played a major role in the contest after setting a consecutive career record at 130 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 14th and 136 yards against the Cleveland Browns last Sunday. rice field.
Overall, the 22-year-old Swift rushed to 555 yards and four touchdowns, scoring 53 passes with 42 yards and two scores during the second NFL season.
Due to the match on Thursday, Swift will take a few extra days during the healing process. Lions (0-10-1) will then face the visiting Minnesota Vikings on December 5th.
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