Detroit Lions taking 'wait and see' approach with RB D'Andre Swift's sprained shoulder

Detroit Lions taking 'wait and see' approach with RB D'Andre Swift's sprained shoulder

Detroit Lions taking 'wait and see' approach with RB D'Andre Swift's sprained shoulder D'Andre Swift's bid for a third straight 130-yard rushing game ended early Thursday, when the second-year running back suffered a sprained right shoulder in the second quarter of the Detroit Lions' 16-14 loss to the Chicago Bears. Swift was injured with about 8 minutes left in the first half, when his former college teammate, Roquan Smith, drove him hard to the ground on the Bears sideline after a 2-yard run. Swift spent several minutes on the ground on the Bears sideline and appeared to be in pain as trainers worked on his arm on the Lions' bench before leaving for the locker room. “It’s a wait-and-see," Lions coach Dan Campbell said. "We know it’s a shoulder sprain. …
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