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NFC Wild Card injury report: Reiff, Swanson questionable; Prosise out for Seattle

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The Lions are hoping for a healthy offensive line in the playoffs.

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The Detroit Lions are traveling to Seattle on Friday and did not practice, but the final game reports came out on that day. Offensive lineman Riley Reiff and Travis Swanson, both out last Sunday, were both marked questionable. Reiff has been dealing with a sudden hip injury and Swanson has been out with a concussion for several weeks.

Although Swanson was not available for the media on Thursday, the hope is that he will be able to clear concussion protocol to play on Saturday. That he is questionable is a good sign; he was doubtful going into the Packers game. Reiff was a weekend add to the injury report last Saturday and had not been on the injury list prior.

Along with Reiff and Swanson, DeAndre Levy and Andre Roberts were both marked as questionable as well. Levy will probably play as he has been questionable every week since his return. The outlook on Roberts is less certain, as he was sporting a red no-contact jersey in the team’s last two practices.

For the Seahawks, the team has already ruled out defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, who did not clear concussion protocol, and running back C.J. Prosise, who has been battling a shoulder injury for some time. The full reports follow below.

Detroit Lions injury report: 1/5/17

WR Andre Roberts (shoulder) - Questionable
LB DeAndre Levy (knee) - Questionable
T Riley Reiff (hip) - Questionable
C Travis Swanson (concussion) - Questionable

Seattle Seahawks injury report: 1/4/17

RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder) - Out
DT Tony McDaniel (concussion) - Out