ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Detroit Lions receiver Roy Williams may be the only NFL player excited about the idea of playing at Green bay's Lambeau Field in late December.
He's expected to miss the rest of the season after spraining his right knee in Sunday's loss in Minnesota.
Even so, Williams says he hopeful he could return for at least one more game.
He says his goal is to play in the December 30th regular season finale.
Lions coach Rod Marinelli says he's hopeful, too, and the team will wait until the last week of the year before placing Williams on injured reserve.
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