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Draft Scout Taylor Decker News
11/13/17 - LT Taylor Decker made his season debut. Decker tore his right labrum in June.
11/13/17 - OL Taylor Decker made his season debut at left tackle Sunday, playing 69 percent of the Lions' offensive snaps five months after he tore the labrum in his right shoulder.
"I was obviously very excited to get back out there, and then once I got back out there and was able to get a couple drives in, kind of the nerves settled and I just settled in," Decker said
11/10/17 - T Taylor Decker is expected to be activated by the Detroit Lions on Friday. Decker tore his right labrum in the offseason,
07/30/17 - CB Teez Tabor and T Cyrus Kouandjio both came off the NFI list before Sunday's first practice. Kouandjio, who signed with the Lions on the last day of minicamp in June, took first-team reps at left tackle with Taylor Decker and Greg Robinson out. Decker will miss the first half or so of the season as he recovers from labrum surgery. Robinson came off the list Sunday, but didn't participate in team drills.
06/06/17 - LT Taylor Decker is out indefinitely after undergoing shoulder surgery Monday, the Lions announced Tuesday. Decker sustained the injury during organized team activities last week. Lions coach Jim Caldwell will provide an update on Decker's status at the start of training camp. Caldwell does not anticipate that Decker will miss the entire 2017 season. "Sometimes they are noncontact injuries," said Caldwell, who did not know how the injury occurred. "... It doesn't require that there's any force contact for that to happen."