The Lions got TE Eric Ebron back at practice Friday for the 1st time since he suffered a hamstring injury July 30, according to the Detroit News. He reportedly didn't spend the entire practice on the field, but there's no indication he suffered a setback with the hamstring. As long as Ebron continues to participate, he'll continue to represent upside in fantasy football drafts.
Lions TE Eric Ebron (hamstring) has been sidelined all week after returning to practice last Friday. HC Jim Caldwell claims it's not a setback, though. "He's just got a couple issues that he's dealing with," Caldwell said. "He's got a couple things and not quite ready yet, so hopefully he'll continue to heal and we'll get him back out there soon." Ebron has had trouble staying on the field as a pro, missing 8 games through 3 seasons. He's not off to a good start in 2017.
Lions TE Eric Ebron suffered a hamstring injury during the team's 1st training-camp practice on Sunday. "He got a little bit of a tweak but we’ll see, see how bad it is," HC Jim Caldwell said afterward. We'll see how long this keeps Ebron sidelined, but it's obviously not a good start for a guy who's had trouble staying healthy. He's missed 8 games through 3 NFL seasons with ankle, knee and hamstring injuries. Our model gives him a 78.4% chance of missing time this year -- 2nd highest among TEs.
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