Austin Bryant sidelined with ‘minor injury’, should be ready for training camp

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Lions outside linebacker Austin Bryant is not participating in this week’s minicamp in Allen Park. New Detroit head coach Dan Campbell discussed the third-year EDGE’s absence in his pre-practice press conference on Wednesday.

Bryant is out with what Campbell termed a “minor injury” that also sidelined him from the prior OTA sessions. Coach Campbell declared that the team expects Bryant to be ready to participate and compete in training camp, which begins at the end of July.

Being injured remains an ongoing issue for Bryant. The 2019 fourth-round pick has been healthy for just 10 games in his two years in Detroit, playing a total of 345 snaps.

Campbell later indicated that LB Jaen Reeves-Maybin suffered a minor heel injury in Tuesday’s practice but that he will be “just fine, it’s nothing at all”.