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Lions-Cardinals injury report: Joseph Fauria, Eric Ebron probable for Sunday

It appears that the Detroit Lions are finally at full strength at tight end.

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The Detroit Lions will likely be without both running back Reggie Bush and offensive guard Larry Warford on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Warford has already been declared out, and although Bush is surprisingly questionable, he didn't practice at all this week.

The good news for the Lions is that they are expected to get some players back this week. Specifically, it appears that tight ends Joseph Fauria and Eric Ebron will return this week after being declared probable for Sunday's game. Offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle, who left last week's game with a knee injury, has also been declared probable.

On the defensive side of the ball, the biggest piece of news is that safety James Ihedigbo is probable. He unexpectedly showed up on the injury report on Thursday with a back injury, but he returned to practice on Friday.

Here's the Lions' full injury report for Week 11:

RB Reggie Bush (ankle) - Questionable
WR Calvin Johnson (ankle) - Probable
TE Joseph Fauria (ankle) - Probable
TE Eric Ebron (hamstring) - Probable
TE Brandon Pettigrew (foot) - Probable
OT LaAdrian Waddle (knee) - Probable
OG Larry Warford (knee) - Out
DE Devin Taylor (knee) - Probable
DT Nick Fairley (knee) - Out
S James Ihedigbo (back) - Probable
LS Don Muhlbach (ankle) - Probable

And here's the Cardinals' full injury report for Week 11:

RB Andre Ellington (foot/hip) - Probable
RB Stepfan Taylor (calf) - Probable
DT Ed Stinson (toe) - Out
DT Dan Williams (elbow) - Probable
LB Lorenzo Alexander (knee) - Probable
LB Desmond Bishop (hamstring) - Questionable
S Deone Bucannon (quad) - Probable

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