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Injury update: Glover Quin in boot, Lance Moore in crutches, Larry Warford going through concussion protocol

Updates on three big injuries suffered in the Lions game against the Eagles.

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The Detroit Lions' amazing performance against the Philadelphia Eagles didn't come without its share of bad news. Detroit suffered three significant injuries on Thursday and the status of all three players is unknown.

Glover Quin went down early in the game with an ankle injury. After the game, Quin was spotted in a walking boot. However, he doesn't believe his injury is too serious:

Quin has been one of the best defensive players for the Lions this year, and if he can't go, it will be a big loss. James Ihedigbo replaced Quin for the rest of the game, and gave up an ugly touchdown late in the fourth quarter.

Lance Moore appears to have suffered a more serious injury. Moore was in crutches post-game after an ankle injury forced him out of the game. Like Quin, Moore doesn't seem too worried, saying "Just got my leg rolled up on a little bit. I'll be all right."

Finally, Larry Warford was taken out of the game on the final drive and was going through concussion protocol. Jim Caldwell confirmed on Friday that Warford is undergoing concussion protocol, meaning he has indeed suffered a concussion. However, Caldwell would not go into further detail, and Warford's status remains a mystery.

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