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Lions injury report: Reggie Bush, Calvin Johnson remain out

The Detroit Lions were once again without Reggie Bush and Calvin Johnson on Thursday.

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There were no major changes to the Detroit Lions' injury report from Wednesday to Thursday. This is good news in the sense that running backs Joique Bell and Theo Riddick fully practiced again. Cornerback Cassius Vaughn also fully practiced again, and it looks like all three of those players will be good to go for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.

The bad news is that running back Reggie Bush and wide receiver Calvin Johnson both missed practice again for the Lions. This is now the third week in a row that Johnson hasn't practiced at all on Wednesday or Thursday. In the last two weeks, Johnson has been limited on Friday before playing on Sunday, but this week it looks like the Lions could be without both him and Bush thanks to ankle injuries.

Here's the Lions' full injury report for Thursday:

RB Reggie Bush (ankle) - Did not practice
RB Joique Bell (concussion) - Fully practiced
RB Theo Riddick (hamstring) - Fully practiced
WR Calvin Johnson (ankle) - Did not practice
TE Joseph Fauria (ankle) - Did not practice
LB Travis Lewis (quadricep) - Did not practice
CB Cassius Vaughn (ankle) - Fully practiced
S Jerome Couplin (ribs) - Fully practiced

The only change to the injury report, by the way, is that Jerome Couplin fully practiced on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday.

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