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Lions injury report: Riley Reiff questionable for Sunday against the Vikings

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Only one Lion ruled out, with seven questionable.

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In spite of missing practice all week with an undisclosed illness, Riley Reiff is potentially in play for Sunday’s match against the Minnesota Vikings. The Lions tackle has been marked questionable, along with six other players, including cornerback Darius Slay.

Once again the severity of questionable has been throw into confusion in the 2016 NFL season, thanks to the removal of the probable status. As such, it’s hard to tell what the likelihood of some questionable statuses entail. Reiff may be perhaps on the lower end of that spectrum.

The other questionables for the Lions, including Slay, did not participate in full practice at all during the week. DeAndre Levy is the only Lion marked out.

For the Minnesota Vikings, they will be without guard Alex Boone, linebacker Eric Kendricks, guard Zac Kerin and defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. Kendricks and Boone did not clear concussion protocol in time to play Sunday. The full reports follow below.

Detroit Lions game status 11/4/16

LB DeAndre Levy (knee/quad) - Out
T Riley Reiff (illness) - Questionable
CB Adairius Barnes (hamstring) - Questionable
CB Darius Slay (hamstring) - Questionable
DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) - Questionable
T Taylor Decker (ribs) - Questionable
DT Haloti Ngata (shoulder) - Questionable
RB Theo Riddick (ankle) - Questionable

Minnesota Vikings game status 11/4/16

G Alex Boone (concussion/shoulder/knee) - Out
LB Eric Kendricks (concussion) - Out
G Zac Kerin (hand) - Out
DT Sharrif Floyd (knee) - Out
RB Jerick McKinnon (ankle) - Questionable
S Andrew Sendejo (ankle) - Questionable
DT Tom Johnson (concussion) - Questionable