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Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown misses practice, doubtful vs. Panthers

Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown is doubtful to play in Sunday’s home game against the winless Carolina Panthers due to an abdomen injury.

St. Brown, the Lions’ leading receiver, did not participate in practice Friday.

“We’re going to continue to work with him on the side, and I think tomorrow is going to tell us a lot,” coach Dan Campbell said Friday. “I don’t want to push it today, so we’ll know a lot more tomorrow morning.”

Campbell said St. Brown sustained the injury in Detroit’s 34-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 28. The 2022 Pro Bowl wideout was able to finish the game, reeling in a team-high five catches to go along with 56 receiving yards and a touchdown.

“Like a lot of these injuries, man, you can get through but then the irritation begins,” Campbell said.

St. Brown, 23, leads the Lions in catches (26), targets (35) and receiving yards (331) in four games in 2023. His two receiving touchdowns are tied for the team lead with Josh Reynolds.

At the same time, the Lions may get wide receiver Jameson Williams back this week from a four-game gambling suspension. Williams has practiced in full this week but is listed as questionable.

Defensive back Brian Branch (ankle) and fullback Jason Cabinda (knee) are out and tight end James Mitchell (hamstring) is doubtful. Tackle Taylor Decker (ankle), running back Jahmyr Gibbs (hamstring) and Reynolds (groin) are among the others listed as questionable.

–Field Level Media

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