Lions Designate Wide Receiver To Return From Injured Reserve

The Detroit Lions offence this year has been as up and down as any in the NFL, as they started off red-hot, but have cooled down in recent times, and a big reason for that is the consistent injuries to the likes of D'Andre Swift, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Josh Reynolds and D.J. Chark. 

Thankfully, they've got St. Brown back in recent times, and now, Chark will be joining this talented receiver group, as he has officially been designated to return from Injured Reserve, and will be at practice this week ahead of a Week 11 matchup with the very talented New York Giants. 

On the year, Chark has just 7 catches for 98 yards and 1 Touchdown, but given his career production (he had a career high 1,008 yards for Jacksonville back in 2019) when healthy, he can be a massive contributor for this team, especially with Josh Reynolds health issues as well, so getting him back this week is a potentially huge boost.

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