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Lions-Buccaneers inactives: Detroit at full strength on offense

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With three starters returning on Sunday, the Detroit Lions are finally at full strength on offense.

Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time in a long time, the Detroit Lions have all of their weapons available on offense. Running back Reggie Bush is finally off the list of inactives, as are left tackle Riley Reiff and right guard Larry Warford. With those starters returning, the Lions have their entire offensive line healthy, and they also have a full set of healthy running backs for a change.

Going into Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bush, Reiff and Warford are all slated to start. Interestingly enough, tight end Joseph Fauria is also set to start. It's unclear if the Lions are finally planning to get him more involved at tight end or he simply is going to be out there for the first play instead of Brandon Pettigrew, but either way, that's something worth monitoring.

Here's the full list of inactives for the Lions:

QB Kellen Moore
WR Ryan Broyles
OT Garrett Reynolds
OG Rodney Austin
DE Larry Webster
DT Nick Fairley
DT Caraun Reid

And here are the Buccaneers' inactives:

RB Bobby Rainey
WR Robert Herron
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
TE Brandon Myers
OT Anthony Collins
DT Clinton McDonald
LB Mason Foster