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    Lions WR Tyrell Williams (concussion) unlikely to play against Ravens

    Allen Park — The Detroit Lions look like they’ll be without their top receiver for a second consecutive week. Coach Dan Campbell opened his Wednesday news conference all but ruling Tyrell Williams out for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. 

    “There’s really no change with him, so I wouldn’t expect him to play this weekend,” Campbell said. 

    Williams suffered a concussion in the season opener when he took a viscous helmet-to-helmet shot from San Francisco 49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt in the second half of the contest. 

    With Williams out, the Lions kept all six of their other receivers active for Monday’s game against Green Bay. Quintez Cephus, in his second year out of Wisconsin, ended up pacing the group in both playing time (51 snaps) and production. He caught four passes for 64 yards and a touchdown, with most of that damage coming on the game’s opening possession. 

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