The Washington Redskins beat the Detroit Lions 21-17 during exhibition play Thursday night.
The Lions will get another look at the breakout star of their first preseason game, running back Ameer Abdullah, a second-round draft pick out of Nebraska.
Kramer played for 10 years in the NFL, leading the Lions to the NFC Championship game in 1991.
The Detroit Lions likely will give their starters only a few snaps when they travel to Washington on Thursday for their second exhibition game.
The 31-year-old tackle entered the league as a first-round pick of the Detroit Lions — No. 17 overall — in 2008. He played five seasons with the Lions and has made 100 starts.
Lions rookie Ameer Abdullah’s hype train picked up a lot of speed in the 23-3 win over the New York Jets after he gained 67 yards on seven carries.
Speed in the NFL is generally measured in 40-yard dash times. Now, fans will see who has “game speed” and who uses it every play.
Matthew Stafford threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate, and rookie running back Ameer Abdullah ran for 67 yards – 45 on one play – to lift the Detroit Lions to a 23-3 preseason victory over the New York Jets on Thursday night.
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