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Lions injury report: Tahir Whitehead, Corey Robinson added to list of injuries

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For Washington, Jordan Reed did not practice Thursday.

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Two new names appeared on the Lions injury report Thursday as Detroit began their second day of practice in the lead-up to Sunday’s bout against Washington. Tahir Whitehead—who was limited in practice—has an abdominal issue, while Corey Robinson sat out Thursday with an ankle injury.

The Lions had been using Corey Robinson in a sort of tight end position in the past couple of games, attempting to make up for a dearth of blocking at the position. It’s interesting that he did not appear on Wednesday’s report, but final word on availability will probably not be known until Friday. Otherwise, the same major players for the Lions—Haloti Ngata, Eric Ebron, DeAndre Levy and Theo Riddick—remain out.

For Washington, tight end Jordan Reed missed practice Thursday. He is still going through league concussion protocols.

Detroit Lions injury report 10/20/16

TE Eric Ebron (ankle/knee) - No practice
LB DeAndre Levy (knee/quad) - No practice
DT Haloti Ngata (shoulder) - No practice
RB Theo Riddick (ankle) - No practice
T Corey Robinson (ankle) - No practice
RB Dwayne Washington (ankle) - Limited practice
G Larry Warford (groin) - Limited practice
DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) - Limited practice
LB Tahir Whitehead (abdomen) - Limited Practice

Washington injury report 10/20/16

WR Josh Doctson (achilles) - No practice
WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) - No practice
DT Cullen Jenkins (not injury related) - No practice
TE Jordan Reed (concussion) - No practice
DE Chris Baker (knee/toe) - Full practice
S Su’a Cravens (concussion) - Full practice
C Spencer Long (knee) - Full practice
LB Trent Murphy (shoulder/knee) - Full practice
T Trent Williams (knee) - Full practice
CB Josh Norman (wrist) - Full practice
CB Dashaun Phillips (hamstring) - Full practice
LB Martrell Spaight (shoulder) - Full practice