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Lions-Packers injury report: Chris Houston doubtful for Thanksgiving

The Detroit Lions have ruled cornerback Chris Houston doubtful for Thursday's game.

Gregory Shamus

It's a really good thing that Aaron Rodgers has been ruled out for Thanksgiving, because the Detroit Lions will likely be without starting cornerback Chris Houston. He has been deemed doubtful for Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers because of a foot injury, meaning Darius Slay and Rashean Mathis are expected to be the Lions' starting cornerbacks. Yikes.

Here's the Lions' full final injury report:

WR Calvin Johnson (knee) - Probable
DE Israel Idonije (knee) - Probable
CB Chris Houston (foot) - Doubtful
S Louis Delmas (knee) - Probable
S Glover Quin (ankle) - Probable

And here's the Packers' final injury report:

QB Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) - Out
RB Johnathan Franklin (concussion/neck) - Out
TE Brandon Bostick (concussion) - Questionable
OT Marshall Newhouse (shoulder) - Probable
OT Don Barclay (knee) - Probable
OG Josh Sitton (back) - Probable
DE C.J. Wilson (ankle) - Out
DT Johnny Jolly (groin) - Probable
LB Jamari Lattimore (quadricep) - Out
LB Mike Neal (abdomen) - Probable
LB Nick Perry (foot/ankle) - Probable
CB Sam Shields (hamstring) - Probable

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