Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell said center Frank Ragnow feels guilty about having season-ending toe surgery.
Campbell said Wednesday that the surgery went well, adding Ragnow does not need to feel bad about doing the right thing for his long-term future.READ MORE: MRLA Offering Free Food Safety Classes for Kids
Ragnow was hurt earlier this month at Chicago and went on injured reserve last week. Center Evan Brown made his first career start in Sunday’s loss at Minnesota.READ MORE: Whitmer: $32M Investment To Recruit, Retain Police Officers
The Lions signed Ragnow to a $54 million, four-year extension in May that keeps him under contract for a total of $70 million through the 2026 season. Ragnow earned second-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl recognition last year.
The Lions (0-5) host the Cincinnati Bengals (3-2) on Sunday.MORE NEWS: Deputies Find Human Remains In Mid-Michigan Soybean Field
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