Follett 'Doing Better' After Scary Injury Against GiantsLions linebacker Zack Follett has been cleared to return to Detroit after being hospitalized following a violent helmet-to-helmet hit with a New York Giants player.
NFL May Start Suspending Players For Violent Hits The NFL could soon start suspending players for dangerous helmet-to-helmet hits, vice president of football operations Ray Anderson told The Associated Press on Monday.
Hot Topic: October 18We're getting spoiled here in New York, as the Jets and Giants both add 1 to the win column for the 3rd straight week.
Lions: Hospitalized Follett Has Movement In LimbsDetroit Lions linebacker Zack Follett was hospitalized after a violent helmet-to-helmet hit with a Giants player while covering a fourth-quarter kickoff return.
Lions' Follett Hospitalized On KickoffDetroit Lions linebacker Zack Follett was hospitalized after a violent helmet-to-helmet hit with a Giants player while covering a fourth-quarter kickoff return.

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