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Frank Ragnow

Frank Ragnow


Week 12 Outlook

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Frank Ragnow active for Week 1

Frank Ragnow is active for Week 1, per the Detroit Lions.

Fantasy Impact

Ragnow (groin) suffered the injury in practice Wednesday leading up to the Lions’ home opener against Philadelphia. Based on how he responds in practice, Ragnow has a chance to be ready for Week 2.

Jesse Garcia11 weeks ago
Frank Ragnow (groin) misses Thursday’s practice

Frank Ragnow (groin) was absent from Thursday’s practice for the Detroit Lions.

Fantasy Impact

Ragnow could still potentially play Sunday when the Lions open up their season at home against the Philadelphia Eagles if returns to practice in any fashion Friday. If the center is unable to go, the Lions will be down two of five starting offensive lineman in a game where they will have to keep quarterback Jared Goff upright in an attempt to jump start an offense that struggled mightily last season.

Chris Schommer12 weeks ago
Frank Ragnow (toe) placed on IR

The Lions placed OL Frank Ragnow (turf toe) on injured reserve.

Fantasy Impact

It's a notable loss for Detroit's offensive line. The Vikings D/ST are a good streaming option in Week 5.

Frank Ragnow signs four-year, $54 million extension with Lions

The Lions and center Frank Ragnow are in agreement on a four-year extension worth $13.5 million per year, bringing the total value to $54 million. The deal spans from 2023 through 2026.

Fantasy Impact

Ragnow is entering the fourth year of his contract and had his fifth-year option exercised, which is why the new deal won't take effect for another two years. Now, Detroit locks up a big piece of its offensive line for the next six years. It's the second big move in the trenches for the Lions, who drafted Penei Sewell at No. 7 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Andersen Pickard2 years ago
Frank Ragnow: Lions exercise fifth-year option on the OL

The Lions have exercised the fifth-year option of OL Frank Ragnow.

Fantasy Impact

Ragnow will remain with the Lions until 2022 and is now guaranteed a salary of $12.66 million. He’s spent the last two seasons as the Lions' starting center. The No. 20 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft is durable and has only missed three games in his entire NFL career. Ragnow’s presence only helps QB Jared Goff and the Lions’ offense in 2021.

Brad Camara2 years ago