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Lions injury report: Theo Riddick, Corey Robinson out

Washington will be without starting tight end Jordan Reed.

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Five Lions have been ruled out for Sunday’s match against Washington. As to be expected, Haloti Ngata, Eric Ebron and DeAndre Levy were all ruled out, as was Theo Riddick. Tackle Corey Robinson, who has been used at tight end in several packages, was also ruled out.

Robinson did not appear on the initial reports on Wednesday, but sat out Thursday and Friday practices with an ankle issue.

Four Lions are ruled questionable at the moment. The Lions should expect to see running back Dwayne Washington on Sunday, despite his status. Please bear in mind that the “probable” status no longer exists on NFL game status reprots.

For Washington, starting tight end Jordan Reed has been ruled out from Sunday’s game, while wide receiver DeSean Jackson is questionable. In addition, Washington placed rookie wide receiver Josh Doctson on reserve/injured on Friday, which means he won’t be playing against the Lions either. The full reports follow.

Detroit Lions game status 10/21/16

TE Eric Ebron (ankle/knee) - OUT
LB DeAndre Levy (knee/quad) - OUT
DT Haloti Ngata (shoulder) - OUT
RB Theo Riddick (ankle) - OUT
T Corey Robinson (ankle) - OUT
RB Dwayne Washington (ankle) - Questionable
G Larry Warford (groin) - Questionable
DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) - Questionable
LB Tahir Whitehead (abdomen) - Questionable

Washington injury report 10/20/16

TE Jordan Reed (concussion) - OUT
WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) - Questionable

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