Jahmyr Gibbs ‘looked pretty good’, should play vs. Ravens

USA Today

While the official injury designation isn’t out just yet, there was good news on the status of Lions running back Jahmyr Gibbs and his injured hamstring. Gibbs, who has not played in two weeks, appears ready to play in Detroit’s Week 7 matchup with the Ravens in Baltimore.

During his pre-practice press conference on Friday, head coach Dan Campbell was optimistic on Gibbs playing. “Yeah, I think he’s going to be a go. He looked pretty good yesterday,” Campbell said of the rookie RB.


Campbell added,

“Yeah, he looks good. He looks good.”

That’s very good news for the Lions, who figure to be without lead back David Montgomery and his rib injury. Gibbs started in place of an injured Montgomery in the Week 3 win over Atlanta. He rushed for 80 yards on 17 carries.

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