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NFL Injury Report:
While the Detroit Lions are expected to be without safety
Louis Delmas (knee) today when they take on the Green Bay Packers, they are
likely to have wide receivers Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Titus Young (knee)
Johnson didn’t practice Wednesday, but he was able to return
in a limited capacity for sessions on Thursday and Friday. He continues to be
listed as questionable to play due to his ankle injury, but he is expected to
suit up for the Lions. Despite his knee injury, which limited him at practice
all week, Johnson’s fellow wide receiver Titus Young is probable to play.
Delmas did not practice all week, and he’s expected to join
safety Amari Spievey (concussion) and defensive lineman Corey Williams (knee)
on the sidelines today. Along with Johnson, cornerback Chris Houston (ankle) is
questionable to play against the Packers.
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