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Detroit Lions vs. Kansas City Chiefs injury report: Waddle questionable, Levy out

The Lions injury report has finally shrunk down.

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As the Detroit Lions prepare for their game against the Kansas City Chiefs in London, the team released their injury report on Friday. Finally, it appears the Lions will be as close to full-strength as possible this week.

Only LaAdrian Waddle is listed as questionable this week, after suffering as setback with a lingering knee injury. Waddle was limited in practice Thursday and Friday, so there is some hope that Waddle may be able to go.

Outside of Waddle, the Lions have a slew of players listed as probable for Sunday's game, including Joique Bell, Matthew Stafford and  Rashean Mathis among others. The only real threats to missing the game are Bell and Mathis. Bell has been battling an ankle injury, but fully practiced on Friday. Mathis has an undisclosed illness and was limited in practice for the second day in a row on Friday.

Here is the Lions' full injury report

LB DeAndre Levy (hip) - out
OT LaAdrian Waddle (knee) - questionable
RB Joique Bell (ankle) - probable
P Sam Martin (left knee) - probable
CB Rashean Mathis (illness) - probable
TE Brandon Pettigrew (elbow) - probable
QB Matthew Stafford (quad) - probable
LB Stephen Tulloch (illness) - probable

And here's the Kansas City Chiefs injury report (via Arrowhead Pride):

G Ben Grubbs (neck) - out
DE Mike DeVito (concussion) - out
LB Ramik Wilson (ankle) - out
LB Tamba Hali (knee) - questionable
TE Travis Kelce (groin) - probable
WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) - probable
LB Josh Mauga (groin/achilles) - probable
DT Dontari Poe (ankle) - probable
QB Alex Smith (right thumb) - probable
RB Charcandrick West (pectoral) - probable

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