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Lions-Vikings injury report: Jarrad Davis, Travis Swanson questionable for Sunday

A handful of Lions players are questionable vs. Vikings

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All week, the Detroit Lions’ injury report has been lengthy. After two weeks of a fairly healthy roster, the Lions had upwards of 12 players listed on their injury report this week.

On Friday, Detrot listed six players as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Notable among those players are starting center Travis Swanson and linebacker Jarrad Davis.

Running back Dwayne Washington and backup guard Zac Kerin have been declared out.

Despite not practicing Wednesday or Friday, T.J. Lang was not given an injury designation and should play Sunday. Lang has a newly listed fibula injury, but it apparently isn’t all that serious.

Davis returned to practice this week after missing all of last week because of a concussion suffered during the Monday night contest with the Giants. Davis was limited in practice all week, and it is unclear whether he has passed concussion protocol yet.

Though Swanson is listed as questionable, he practiced in full for the second day in a row, suggesting he’ll be ready to go Sunday.

Tavon Wilson was also a full participant on Friday after donning the red, no-contact jersey in the previous two practices.

Here is the full injury report for both teams:

Lions injury report

RB Dwayne Washington (quad) - OUT

G Zac Kerin (knee) - OUT

WR Kenny Golladay (hamstring) - Questionable

S Don Carey (knee) - Questionable

DE Ezekiel Ansah (knee) - Questionable

LB Jarrad Davis (concussion) - Questionable

S Tavon Wilson (shoulder) - Questionable

C Travis Swanson (ankle) - Questionable

Vikings injury report

QB Sam Bradford (knee) - Out

T Rashod Hill (knee) - Questionable

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