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Lions center injured during victory formation kneeldown as Rams fired off ball hard

There’s no sweeter play in football than the victory formation kneeldown. But even for the Detroit Lions, it came at a cost on Sunday. Center Travis Swanson was injured on what typically is a non-competitive play as the Lions were trying to run out the clock at the end of what would become a 31-28 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams chose to make it competitive by diving at the knees of Swanson and the rest of the Lions’ line, and he reportedly suffered a hand injury in the process.
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