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Injury Update For Detroit Lions OL Graham Glasgow

A general view of the Detroit Lions stadium with an American flag on the field.

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 10: General view of Ford Field before the game between Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals on September 10, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

The Detroit Lions' organization might be holding its collective breath this morning, as one of the team's key linemen went down with a potential injury at practice.

Graham Glasgow, a 26-year-old offensive lineman out of Michigan, reportedly went down with an apparent injury at practice this morning.

Reports said that Glasgow, a third-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, initially needed help getting off the field, but he was eventually able to walk off on his own.

Glasgow reportedly headed inside with trainers.

Justin Rogers, a Lions reporter for the Detroit News, had the details.

"Glasgow down and needs help off the field. Would be a huge blow if it's significant," he tweeted.

"Glasgow walking on his own, which is a good sign, heading inside with a trainer for more evaluation."

Larry Lage added more.

"Graham Glasgow slowly walked off field late in practice vs Giants looking like he was favoring his left leg, potentially a big setback for Lions OL/running game/pass protection."

The Lions have yet to release an official update on Glasgow's status. Stay tuned for more.