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Lions-Steelers injury report: Golladay, Robinson and Cleary all OUT

Three Lions sat out Friday, leaving the outlook bleak at tackle.

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Three Detroit Lions ruled out three players on Friday for Sunday’s tilt against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Hamstring issues have kept rookie wide receiver Kenny Golladay on the sidelines for the past three weeks, and he will again miss time as he continues his recovery. Both Greg Robinson and Emmett Cleary were also downgraded to Out, meaning the Lions will be short-staffed at the tackle position.

There was some positive news as Golden Tate, Glover Quin and T.J. Lang all appear good to go on “Sunday Night Football.” Each player had some health concerns coming out of the bye week, but all three key contributors should be able to suit up for Detroit this weekend.

The Steelers’ injury report was a little shorter than the Lion’s, but they will also be without three players due to injury. Defensive end Stephon Tuitt, tight end Vance McDonald and tackle Marcus Gilbert will all be out for Pittsburgh.

Here are full injury reports for Friday:

Lions injury report

T Emmett Cleary (ankle) - OUT
T Greg Robinson (ankle) - OUT
WR Kenny Golladay (hamstring) - OUT
DE Ezekiel Ansah (knee) - Questionable
WR Golden Tate (shoulder) - Questionable
LB Paul Worrilow (knee) - Questionable
G T.J. Lang (back) - Full practice
S Glover Quin (concussion) - Full practice
RB Dwayne Washington (knee) - Full practice

Steelers injury report

T Marcus Gilbert (hamstring) - OUT
TE Vance McDonald (knee) - OUT
DE Stephon Tuitt (back) - OUT
G David DeCastro (not injury related) - Full practice
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) - Full practice
LB T.J. Watt (ankle) - Limited practice

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