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Lions-49ers injury report: Glover Quin practices, listed as questionable

The Lions have several starters questionable to play on Sunday, while nearly the entire 49ers roster is listed on the injury report.

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Glover Quin got some good news on Christmas day. Though he is still going through the concussion protocol, he participated (in a limited fashion) in Friday's practice, a big step toward playing in Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. While Quin said it would mean a lot for his consecutive start streak to reach 100, he will not put the streak above his own health.

The rest of the Detroit Lions' injury report has the usual suspects listed as questionable: Calvin Johnson, Haloti Ngata and a few more.

On San Francisco's side, the 49ers have ruled out starting left guard Alex Boone, and running back Shaun Draughn. Draughn's absence means the 49ers have just two healthy running backs on the roster. This may force the Niners to recall Jarryd Hayne from the practice squad. Yes, former rugby star Jarryd Hayne who spurned the Lions to join the 49ers.

Here is the Lions' full injury report:

CB Bill Bentley (illness) - Questionable
Glover Quin (concussion): Questionable
LB Josh Bynes (foot): Questionable
WR Calvin Johnson (ankle): Questionable
DT Haloti Ngata (neck): Questionable
Michael Ola (knee): Questionable
DT Caraun Reid (ankle): Questionable
Larry Warford (quad): Questionable

And here's the 49ers lengthy report:

G Alex Boone (knee) - Out
RB Shaun Draughn (knee) - Out
C Marcus Martin (concussion) - Out
LB Michael Wilhoite (ankle) - Out
DT Arik Armstead (shoulder) - Probable
LB NaVorro Bowman (shoulder, finger) - Probable
CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring) - Probable
LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder, back) - Probable
DT Quinton Dial (shoulder) - Probable
LB Eli Harold (shoulder, hamstring) - Probable
CB Dontae Johnson (ankle) - Probable
LB Aaron Lynch (concussion) - Probable
OT Erik Peters (knee) - Probable
WR Torrey Smith (back, foot) - Probable
OT Joe Staley (knee) - Probable
S Jaquiski Tartt (knee) - Probable

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