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Lions-Ravens injury report: Swanson OUT, Abdullah, Lang QUESTIONABLE

The Lions will have to shuffle their offensive line yet again this week.

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The official injury reports are out and there’s nothing too surprising from the Detroit Lions.

As expected, center Travis Swanson and cornerback Jamal Agnew were declared out after missing all three practices this week. Graham Glasgow will slide inside to play center, while the Lions will have to choose from one of their designated backups to fill Glasgow’s spot at left guard. Last Thursday, the Lions used Corey Robinson in that role against the Vikings.

Agnew will miss his second consecutive game after suffering a knee injury against the Bears. Detroit will likely use TJ Jones, Golden Tate or possibly Ameer Abdullah in the return game on Sunday.

Speaking of Abdullah, both he and guard T.J. Lang are questionable for Sunday after both returned to practice on Friday. Both were just limited in their participation in practice, so there’s no guarantee that they’ll play against Baltimore.

For the Ravens, only backup offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor has been declared out. Five other players, including running back Alex Collins, are listed as questionable, however all five of them practiced. CB Marlon Humphrey, LB C.J. Mosley and CB Jimmy Smith were all limited in participation.

Here’s a look at the full reports:

Lions injury report

C Travis Swanson (knee) - OUT
CB Jamal Agnew (knee) - OUT
RB Ameer Abdullah (neck) - Questionable
G T.J. Lang (foot) - Questionable

Ravens injury report

G Jermaine Eluemunor (shoulder) - OUT
RB Alex Collins (calf) - Questionable
CB Marlon Humphrey (thigh) - Questionable
LB C.J. Mosley (ankle) - Questionable
CB Jimmy Smith (achilles) - Questionable
T Ronnie Stanley (knee) - Questionable

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