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Lions vs. Packers injury report: Chris Houston questionable for Sunday

The Detroit Lions should have cornerback Chris Houston on Sunday even though he is listed as questionable on the final injury report.

Justin Edmonds

The final injury report is out for this week's game between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. There aren't really any surprises, so let's get right into the designations:

WR Titus Young (Knee) - Probable
WR Calvin Johnson (Knee) - Questionable
DE Cliff Avril (Back/concussion) - Probable
DT Corey Williams (Knee) - Out
LB Ashlee Palmer (Chest) - Probable
CB Chris Houston (Ankle) - Questionable
S Erik Coleman (Toe) - Probable
S Louis Delmas (Knee) - Doubtful
S Amari Spievey (Concussion) - Out
K Jason Hanson (Left foot) - Probable

Aside from the fact that Houston is questionable and expected to play, the most notable listing is that Williams has already been ruled out for Sunday. Hopefully he will be able to return next Thursday against the Houston Texans. If not, I suppose he'll at least get a longer break than usual before the Lions' next game.

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

RB Johnny White (Illness) - Probable
RB Alex Green (Knee) - Probable
FB John Kuhn (Hamstring) - Probable
WR Jordy Nelson (Hamstring/foot) - Probable
WR Greg Jennings (Groin/abdomen) - Out
WR Donald Driver (Thumb) - Probable
TE Andrew Quarless (Knee) - Out
TE Ryan Taylor (Chest) - Probable
TE D.J. Williams (Hamstring) - Probable
OG T.J. Lang (Elbow/wrist) - Probable
DE Mike Neal (Ankle) - Probable
DE Jerel Worthy (Concussion) - Probable
LB Clay Matthews (Hamstring) - Out
LB Terrell Manning (Shoulder) - Questionable
CB Sam Shields (Ankle) - Questionable
S Charles Woodson (Collarbone) - Out

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