Thursday night's preseason game for the Detroit Lions resulted in a few players suffering injuries and at least one of them is going to require surgery. According to Dave Birkett Lions tight end Michael Williams suffered a broken hand during the New England Patriots game and he is set to have surgery next week. The good news is that this injury isn't believed to be bad enough to end Williams' season according to Birkett. In other words Williams may miss an extended period of time while he recovers but it isn't expected to keep him out for the entire 2013 season. However Birkett also notes that the Lions could still decide to put Williams on injured reserve. Perhaps they would designate him to return like they did with Drayton Florence last year after he suffered a broken forearm. That would give the Lions a roster spot while Williams recovers and allow him to play later in the 2013 season.
Lions tight end Michael Williams breaks hand
Pride Of Detroit | Aug 24