Lions tight end Hokenson undergoes thumb surgery, reimbursed for season

US time on Thursday, according to ESPN reporters, the Lions close-end T.J. Hockenson (T.J. Hockenson) received thumb surgery in the morning and will be reimbursed for the season.

Hokenson is expected to recover before the off-season training program begins. He was injured in the previous victory over the Vikings. In that game, Hokenson contributed 4 catches, advanced 49 yards and one touchdown.

Hawkenson is quarterback Jared Goff’s most trusted pass target this season. He completed 61 catches, advanced 583 yards, and 4 touchdowns.

The current second receiver in the Lions team is rookie wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown (Amon-Ra St. Brown), who has completed 57 catches, advanced 511 yards, and touched a touchdown. He said after hearing Hokenson’s news: “It’s so sad. TJ is an outstanding member of the Lions… Losing him means we have to stand up. Whether it’s a close end, wide receiver, or running back, We must all stand up and complete the offense.”

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