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Lions’ Kerry Hyder carted off with leg injury

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  • Aug 13 2017 18:23About: 2 months ago
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One of the few bright spots on the Lions’ defense last year was Kerry Hyder, who before 2016 had played in just one game in his NFL career but emerged as an important part of the Detroit pass rush last year with eight sacks. In a piece of bad news for the Lions this preseason, [more]

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