Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Lions' picks: Round 3/65 - Larry Warford, G, 6-3, 333, Kentucky...The Lions were soft in the middle of their line last year and this All-SEC player has a chance to start immediately at right guard. Coach Jim Schwartz said Warford was "built to play guard in the NFL." The Lions are comfortable with his talent and work ethic and don't expect his weight to balloon out of control. - The Sports Xchange
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10/08/15 - RG Larry Warford (ankle) was limited, but his status is unclear.
10/08/15 - RG Larry Warford (ankle) didn't practice Thursday and will likely miss Sunday's game.
10/01/15 - RG Larry Warford (ankle) was a full participant Thursday and should play Sunday.
09/28/15 - RG Larry Warford (ankle) left in the first half Sunday, and his status is uncertain.
09/16/15 - RG Larry Warford was limited Wednesday, but practiced for the first time this month and could play Sunday.
09/14/15 - RG Larry Warford's return date from a high ankle sprain remains unknown, but he hopes to practice this week.
08/30/15 - RG Larry Warford missed Friday's game with a high ankle sprain.
08/21/15 - RG Larry Warford suffered a high ankle sprain in the first quarter and his return schedule is unknown.
01/03/15 - G Larry Warford (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
12/31/14 - G Larry Warford has to spend as much time as possible in the training room to give him a chance to play against the Cowboys after suffering a right knee injury last week against the Green Bay Packers. After missing practice Wednesday, it's doubtful that he'll play, but the team remains optimistic there's a chance.
"It sucks," he said Wednesday. "Opportunities like this don't come by every year. They talk about all time how fortunate we are to put ourselves in this position. If I don't get to play, it's just crappy."
Warford was wearing a brace on his left knee Sunday, something he hadn't done until suffering an injury in Week 10 that cost him three games. Now, after suffering another knee injury, he plans to wear a brace on both knees to hopefully avoid future injuries.
"I'll probably be bracing up for the rest of my career," he said.