Detroit Lions disqualify Frank Rajno, three more questionable starters versus Washington

Allen Park The Detroit Lions will lose their second offensive lineman in the team’s Week 2 game against the Washington Commanders, with Frank Ragno disqualified on Friday.

Ragnow suffered a thigh injury in the week of training leading up to the season opener, but was still able to start the competition, playing all 69 offensive picks. This week, he’s been sidelined for the entire week of training, while adding a foot injury to his list of concerns.

It remains unclear whether this foot injury is related to a surgically repaired toe that has caused the last 13 games to be postponed in 2021.

Injury aside, the injury left the Lions novices ahead after placing right guard Halapulivati ​​Vaithai in an injured reserve position with a back injury that required surgery this week.

And it could be worse for the Lions’ attacking line on Sunday, with goalkeeper Jonah Jackson listed as questionable in the competition.