UPDATE: Lions’ Injury update for Buccaneers playoff game…

The Detroit Lions defeated the Los Angeles Rams 24-23 in the wild card game last Sunday. Lions Sam LaPorta’s injury status was a major topic of discussion before the game, but he was eligible to play. LaPorte is still dealing with a knee injury despite playing against the Rams.

However, he fully participated in Wednesday’s practice, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Barring any setbacks, LaPorta should be ready to play in Sunday’s playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 23-year-old rookie is having a fantastic season and will play a key role in Detroit’s upcoming playoff run.

Lions head coach Dan Campbell was impressed with LaPorta’s performance against the Rams via the Lions’ X (formerly Twitter) account.”I was very impressed. He (LaPorta) helped us. It wasn’t 100%, but it helped us win that game.” Campbell said Wednesday. “He was exactly what we expected from this game.”LaPorta ended up recording three receptions for 14 yards.

He also added a hit. Campbell also addressed LaPorta’s injury.”It’s coming.” Campbell continued. “His condition has improved and he is feeling better than last week, which is encouraging. Let me say it again… to a young player who didn’t know what it was and I wasn’t 100% either… he knew he could do it. And it can help us. That goes a long way. “It’s not easy for a young player”The Lions are an interesting team.

They have struggled over the past few seasons, but are now a true contender in the NFC. They go into Sunday’s game as favourites, but that has hurt their potential. Detroit needs to come into the game with a lot of confidence.We will continue to monitor Sam LaPorta’s injury status and provide updates as they become available.

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