Lions-Ravens injury report: Chris Houston, Darius Slay doubtful for Monday

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The Detroit Lions are likely going to be down a couple men in the secondary on Monday night.

Monday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens could be a tough one for the Detroit Lions' secondary. I say that because cornerbacks Chris Houston and Darius Slay have both been declared doubtful for Monday's game, according to Aaron Wilson. Neither player is expected to play as a result, leaving Rashean Mathis, Bill Bentley and Jonte Green as the top three cornerbacks.

In other injury news, running back Reggie Bush and defensive end Ziggy Ansah are both questionable for Monday's game. The expectation is for both players to play, but as Bush's situation taught us last week, there are no sure things, even if a player is declared active.

Here's the Lions' full final injury report:

RB Reggie Bush (calf) - Questionable
WR Calvin Johnson (knee) - Probable
OT LaAdrian Waddle (elbow) - Probable
DE Ziggy Ansah (shoulder) - Questionable
DE Israel Idonije (knee) - Probable
CB Chris Houston (toe) - Doubtful
CB Darius Slay (knee) - Doubtful
S Louis Delmas (knee) - Probable
S John Wendling (illness) - Probable

And here's the Ravens' injury report:

LB Elvis Dumervil (ankle) - Questionable
CB Lardarius Webb (abs) - Probable
S Brynden Trawick (ankle) - Questionable

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