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DETROIT (AP) — Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch will miss the rest of their game against Green Bay after he appeared to injure his knee celebrating a sack.
Detroit safety Don Carey also won't be back because of a hamstring injury. He was in long enough to score the game's first points on a 40-yard fumble return.
Tulloch sacked Aaron Rodgers in the first quarter, then jumped through the air in celebration and fell to the ground after landing. He went to the sideline, then tried to play through it but couldn't.
Carey was playing in his first game this season, finally returning from a hamstring injury, but he was sidelined again by the end of the first quarter. It wasn't clear whether he aggravated the same injury.
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