Lions vs. Vikings injury report: Matthew Stafford probable, Mikel Leshoure questionable

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Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is among the players listed as probable for Sunday's game. Running back Mikel Leshoure, on the other hand, is questionable for the Vikings game.

The Detroit Lions' lengthy final injury report for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings is out. Most of the players on the injury report are either probable or questionable, as only Corey Williams (out), Louis Delmas (doubtful) and Travis Lewis (doubtful) have one of the other designations. Here's the full rundown:

QB Matthew Stafford (Hip) - Probable

RB Mikel Leshoure (Groin) - Questionable

WR Calvin Johnson (Ankle) - Probable

WR Titus Young (Knee) - Probable

TE Tony Scheffler (Calf) - Questionable

OT Corey Hilliard (Elbow) - Probable

OG Rob Sims (Knee) - Probable

DE Lawrence Jackson (Calf) - Probable

DT Corey Williams (Knee) - Out

LB Travis Lewis (Quad) - Doubtful

LB Justin Durant (Back) - Questionable

S Louis Delmas (Knee) - Doubtful

S Amari Spievey (Groin) - Questionable

The biggest two pieces of news from the injury report are that Matthew Stafford is probable and Mikel Leshoure is questionable. Barring a major setback before Sunday, Stafford will start at quarterback for the Lions. He had a full practice on Friday, so it doesn't appear his injury is anything to worry about. Leshoure, on the other hand, concerns me a bit. He has been limited in practice all week, and his questionable designation means he very well could miss Sunday's game with a sore groin. Hopefully he will end up playing, and hopefully his injury won't limit him at all if he does play.

Here's a look at the Vikings' final injury report:

QB Christian Ponder (Neck) - Probable

TE Kyle Rudolph (Quadriceps) - Probable

DE Jared Allen (Neck) - Probable

DE D'Aundre Reed (Calf) - Questionable

LB Marvin Mitchell (Ankle) - Probable

LB Erin Henderson (Concussion) - Out

S Andrew Sendejo (Ankle) - Questionable

S Mistral Raymond (Ankle) - Out

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