Former Arkansas OL Frank Ragnow carted off in Detroit Lions preseason game
It’s a rough night for former SEC players on the Detroit Lions.
Not long after former Lions LB Jarrad Davis (a first-round pick out of Florida) needed help to get to the sideline and then carted off for further evaluation, former Arkansas C Frank Ragnow suffered an injury in which he also needed help off the field.
In the video below, you can see Ragnow being helped to the sideline. Monday Morning Quarterback’s Albert Breer added that Ragnow too was loaded on the cart once on the sideline.
Starting center Frank Ragnow is not putting any pressure on that leg. Getting carted off right now asian typing this. pic.twitter.com/87gqX48hl0
— Detroit Lions Nation (@onepridenation) August 24, 2019
Lions C Frank Ragnow helped off the field, putting no weight on his right leg. They loaded him on the cart. Would be a huge loss for Detroit.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) August 24, 2019
The former standout center at Arkansas was the No. 20 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He started at left guard for Detroit, but moved back to center in the offseason.