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Lions' Tulloch hurts knee doing sack dance

They've weathered injuries to one of their starting safeties and four of their nickel cornerbacks, and now the Detroit Lions defense might have to overcome its biggest loss of all. Starting middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch left Sunday's 19-7 victory over the Green Bay Packers with a potentially serious left knee injury and will undergo an MRI on Monday. Tulloch, who's never missed a game in his nine-year NFL career, suffered the injury in the first quarter Sunday when he celebrated his drive-ending sack of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He finished the game in street clothes on the Lions sideline with a heavy icepack wrapped around his knee, but said there wasn't much swelling in ...

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