Lions LB Zack Follett (neck) was a full participant as the team opened training camp on Friday.
According to MLive.com's Tom Kowalski, there are "some indications" that Lions LB Zack Follett (neck) is hoping to play in 2011.
Lions extended an exclusive rights tender to LB Zack Follett.
Lions WLB Zack Follett (neck) is not expected to play football again.
The Lions are "optimistic" that WLB Zack Follett (neck) will be able to play football in 2011.
Lions placed WLB Zack Follett (neck) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Lions WLB Zack Follett (neck/shoulder) is scheduled to visit a spine specialist on Thursday.
Lions WLB Zack Follett has been released from the hospital after being diagnosed with only a "stinger" after taking a vicious hit while covering a kickoff in the team's Week 6 loss to the Giants.
An MRI and CT scan on Lions WLB Zack Follett confirmed that he has no structural damage in his spine.
The Hackensack Medical Center released a statement on Lions WLB Zack Follett's neck injury following Sunday's loss to the Giants.
Lions WLB Zack Follett left Sunday's game with a possible concussion and/or neck injury.
Lions WLB Zack Follett (concussion) is listed as out for the team's Week 3 matchup against the Vikings.
Lions WLB Zack Follett is questionable for Week 3 due to a concussion.
Lions WLB Zach Follett has reportedly "not caught up to the speed of first-team action."