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Fantasy News

  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Four picks as rookie

    Joseph tallied 83 tackles, eight pass breakups, four interceptions and two forced fumbles over 17 games in 2022. Detroit's defense took a big hit after losing safety Tracy Walker (Achilles) in Week 3, but Joseph was largely successful in filling in for the veteran. Not only did the rookie manage to become the first player to ever pick off Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers three times in a year, Joseph simultaneously showed plenty of upside as an IDP asset -- starting with his 10-tackle, two-interception performance against Green Bay in Week 9. However, with Walker set to return in 2023, it is not clear as to whether Joseph will continue to handle the role that allowed him to post these kinds of stats.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Upgrades to limited activity

    Joseph (back) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, per the team's official site. Joseph missed Wednesday's session entirely as a result of a back issue, but his upgrade to limited activity Thursday is an encouraging sign regarding his Week 17 availability. Considering that the rookie was able to play every defensive snap for Detroit in Week 16, expect him to practice without limitations Friday and eventually start at safety against the Bears on New Year's Day.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Dealing with back issue

    Joseph didn't practice Wednesday due to a back injury. Joseph recorded seven tackles during the Lions' Week 16 loss to the Panthers, but he appears to have picked up a back injury as well. The severity of the issue remains unclear, but he'll have two more opportunities to return to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's matchup against the Bears.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Amasses seven stops in loss

    Joseph recorded seven tackles (four solo) in Saturday's 37-23 loss to the Panthers. Kerby's seven stops this past weekend now gives him a total of 73 in that category on the year. The rookie will likely continue operating in his usual every-down safety role when Detroit hosts the Bears on New Year's Day.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Adds seven more tackles

    Joseph recorded seven tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Bears. Joseph put together another solid performance and was on the field for each of Detroit's defensive snaps (58). He's totaled 28 tackles (18 solo), four passes defended, two interceptions and two forced fumbles over his last four contests.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Will play Sunday

    Joseph is active for Sunday's matchup against Chicago. Joseph was limited to start Week 10 prep due to concussion protocols, but he was upgraded to a full participant Friday and will be available Sunday. The rookie third-round pick is coming off a season-high 10 tackles against Green Bay and has totaled 21 stops over his past three appearances.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Gets in full practice Friday

    Joseph (concussion) was a full participant at practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Chicago, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Though he is not totally in the clear yet, that he practiced in full Friday is a good sign that Joseph should get clearance from team physicians to play in Week 10. If the rookie third-rounder can't play though, C.J. Moore could be in line to start alongside DeShon Elliott on Sunday.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Logs limited practice Wednesday

    Joseph (concussion) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice. Joesph landed in concussion protocol after colliding with teammate Jeff Okudah during the Lions' Week 9 win over the Packers, but it's an encouraging sign to see the safety back at practice, albeit in a limited fashion, to start Week 10 prep. Joesph will likely have to log at least one full session to be cleared for Sunday's matchup against the Bears, but he'll have two more opportunities to do so.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Sustains concussion Sunday

    Lions coach Dan Campbell said that Joseph is in concussion protocol following Sunday's 15-9 win over the Packers, Eric Woodyard of reports. Joseph was evaluated for a concussion after colliding with cornerback Jeff Okudah on a combined tackle during the second of Sunday's win, according to Eric Woodyard of The rookie safety logged 22 tackles, one pass defended and two forced fumbles over the first seven contests of the season, and he played at least 90 percent of the Lions' defensive snaps in all but one game since Week 4. Joseph will now have to clear league protocols before suiting up again this season, and his next opportunity to play will come against the Bears on Sunday, Nov. 13.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Handling full-time defensive role

    Joseph totaled two tackles during Sunday's 29-0 loss to the Patriots. After not seeing any defensive snaps over the first three weeks of the season, Joseph has logged 100 percent of them over the past two games in the absence of Tracy Walker (Achilles). With Detroit quickly falling out of playoff contention, there doesn't seem to be any reason for the Lions to not give the third-round rookie as much as he can handle the rest of the season. As such, look for Joseph to remain locked into a safety spot alongside DeShon Elliott when Detroit returns from a Week 6 bye.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Three tackles on special teams

    Joseph recorded three tackles during Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Vikings. While each of the rookie's tackles again came on special teams, Joseph could start seeing some snaps and defense with Tracy Walker possibly set to miss time with an Achilles injury.
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  • Lions' Kerby Joseph: Motor City bound

    The Lions selected Joseph (hamstring) in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 97th overall. The Illinois product showed ball-hawking ability in his final season with the Illini, when he moved into a starting role and picked off five passes. Joseph suffered a hamstring injury at the combine that prevented him from running, but he did put down a 38.5-inch vertical and a 123-inch broad jump. He adds depth to Detroit's safety room and could develop into a starter down the road.
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