Kyle Van Noy was working as the first-team strongside linebacker at Lions OTAs.
ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein predicts Kyle Van Noy will win the strong-side linebacker job.
Lions HC Jim Caldwell said the first opinion on SLB Kyle Van Noy's injury indicated surgery was not necessary.
Lions coach Jim Caldwell said the undisclosed injury which has sidelined SLB Kyle Van Noy is worsening.
Lions SLB Kyle Van Noy (abdominal) said he's still not 100 percent.
The Detroit Free Press projects 2014 second-round pick Kyle Van Noy as the Lions' "third or fourth linebacker" this year.
ESPN’s Michael Rothstein projects Kyle Van Noy as the Lions’ starting SAM linebacker.
Lions activated SLB Kyle Van Noy (abdominal) off IR/designation to return.
Lions placed SLB Kyle Van Noy (abdominal surgery) on injured reserve/designated to return.
Lions second-round SLB Kyle Van Noy is recovering from surgery to "repair a core muscle injury," and is without a timetable for a return.
Lions rookie OLB Kyle Van Noy is being evaluated for a sports hernia injury.
Lions signed second-round OLB Kyle Van Noy to a four-year contract.
The Lions plan to use second-round pick Kyle Van Noy at strong-side linebacker on early downs and left end in pass-rush situations.
Lions selected BYU OLB Kyle Van Noy with the No. 40 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.