Lions C Frank Ragnow helped off field with right leg injury
The Detroit Lions had a rough time with injuries during their preseason game against the Buffalo Bills on Friday night.
Center Frank Ragnow suffered a right leg injury while pulling on a running play in the second quarter. Ragnow first ran into a teammate and then tripped over an opponent who was down on the field.
The second-year center out of Arkansas was treated by Detroit’s medical staff while down on the field and then was helped up. He was carried to the sideline so that he didn’t have to put weight on his leg.
Starting center Frank Ragnow is not putting any pressure on that leg. Getting carted off right now asian typing this. pic.twitter.com/87gqX48hl0
— Detroit Lions Nation (@onepridenation) August 24, 2019
Ragnow, who was the No. 20 overall pick last year, played in all 16 games last season. He was the second former Lions first-round pick to leave the game with an injury. 2017 first-round pick Jarrad Davis exited the game earlier with a leg injury.