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Lions injury report: Gabe Wright out, Nevin Lawson questionable for Sunday

The Lions will be without the defensive tackle Sunday against the Raiders. Calvin Johnson is expected to play.

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The final injury reports for the week are in for both the Lions and Raiders as the two teams prepare to meet at Ford Field on Sunday for Week 11 of the 2015 NFL season. For the Lions, they will be missing defensive tackle Gabe Wright, who has been out all week with an ankle injury and has now been ruled out for Sunday. Calvin Johnson was limited during the week but has been listed as probable on the injury report, with hopes being that he will be able to play in spite of his lingering issues.

Nevin Lawson, who was taken out the previous Sunday against the Green Bay Packers with a concussion, has been listed as questionable, as has safety Don Carey. All other Lions on the report have been listed as probable, with Ezekiel Ansah (toe) and Glover Quin (ankle) among them.

For the Oakland Raiders, they will be missing linebacker Neiron Bell, who is nursing a knee injury. Tight end Lee Smith is also doubtful for the bout. Full injury reports follow.

Detroit Lions injury report 11/20/2015

DT Gabe Wright (ankle): Out

CB Nevin Lawson (concussion): Questionable

Don Carey (back): Questionable

WR Calvin Johnson (ankle): Probable

DE Ezekiel Ansah (toe): Probable

RB Joique Bell (shoulder): Probable

Sam Martin (back): Probable

Glover Quin (ankle): Probable

Oakland Raiders injury report 11/20/2015

LB Neiron Ball (knee): Out

TE Lee Smith (wrist): Doubtful

Rodney Hudson (ankle): Questionable

Charles Woodson (shoulder): Probable

CB DJ Hayden (ankle): Probable

Taylor Mays (ankle): Probable

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