Frank Ragnow declares he’s coming back for 2024

USA Today

The Detroit Lions scored a big win on Thursday night. While it wasn’t an NFL Honors award, this victory is even better.

Per Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Lions All-Pro center Frank Ragnow has decided to keep playing. There had been some consideration that Ragnow could retire due to his chronic toe injury and other maladies. GM Brad Holmes lent some credence to the retirement potential in his year-ending press conference, too.

“I’m not retiring,” Ragnow said via Birkett.

It’s great news for the Lions, who still face the reality of having their top three guards all hitting free agency. Ragnow is the key to the line calls and continuity, aside from being one of the best all-around talents in the NFL.

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