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Lions at Chargers injury report: Warford, Reid out

Larry Warford and Caraun Reid were officially ruled out today for the season opener against San Diego, while Levy is now officially listed as "doubtful."

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Friday moved by quickly. The final injury reports for the week are in following the final call for the Detroit Lions and the San Diego Chargers to declare which players are probable, doubtful, or not going to play.

Not surprisingly, Larry Warford and Caraun Reid have been ruled out for the game on Sunday. Both suffered ankle injuries during the preseason game against Washington that have sidelined them since. DeAndre Levy has been listed as "doubtful" amidst fears that an internal injury might be plaguing the linebacker. LaAdrian Waddle is "questionable," while Eric Ebron and Tahir Whitehead have been listed as "probable." Waddle, Ebron, and Whitehead all participated in full practice on Friday.

On the other side of the ball, the San Diego Chargers have declared two of their players as out. Linebacker Tourek Williams and guard Johnnie Troutman will not see the field on Sunday against the Lions. Three other players were listed as "questionable": linebacker Jerry Attaochu, tight end Ladarius Green, and cornerback Craig Mager.

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