NOTEBOOK: Swift suffers shoulder sprain in loss to Bears
"It's a wait and see (injury)," head coach Dan Campbell said after the game. "It's a shoulder sprain. We'll see where it goes."
Swift entered the game as one of only two running backs in the NFL to have at least 500 rushing yards and 400 receiving yards on the year. He was also leading all running backs in receptions with 53 coming in. His 975 scrimmage yards were the fifth-most among NFL running backs. Along with tight end T.J. Hockenson, Swift is one of Detroit's most important skill-position players on offense.
Hopefully this isn't a long-term injury for Swift.
Fourth-year cornerback Amani Oruwariye logged his fifth interception of the season on a beautiful catch stepping in front of Bears wide receiver Damiere Byrd in the Lions' end zone late in the second quarter of Sunday's 16-14 loss.
Oruwariye's five interceptions leads the team and is also a career high. He's the first Lions cornerback to record five interceptions through the first 11 games of a season since cornerback Alphonso Smith in 2010. It's also the second time this season Oruwariye has had interceptions in back-to-back games.