Lions Designate Running Back To Return From Injured Reserve

He's been out since Week 9.

The Detroit Lions have designated running back Craig Reynolds to return from the injured reserve.

Reynolds suffered the injury in Week 9's win over the Green Bay Packers and was put on the injured reserve on Nov. 9. He now has a 21-day practice window to be added to the active roster before he reverts to the IR for the rest of the season. 

Before he sustained the injury, Reynolds was being used as the team's No. 3 running back, which Justin Jackson has taken over in his absence.

The twenty-six-year-old has 102 rushing yards and 116 receiving yards over eight games this season. 

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