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Lions-Packers inactives: No Kenny Golladay for season finale

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Both teams will be down their best receiver.

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The Detroit Lions offense has been absolutely awful in the final month of the season. If you were hoping for some sort of resurrection in the season finale against the Green Bay Packers, I’ve got some more bad news for you. Sunday morning, the Lions declared No. 1 receiver Kenny Golladay OUT for Week 17.

He leads the list of inactives this week that will force the Lions into playing a lot of backups this week. The Lions have been hit particularly hard at defensive back. Nevin Lawson and Jamal Agnew are also inactive, meaning Detroit will be sporting the likes of Darius Slay, Mike Ford and, yes, Teez Tabor.

For the Packers, they will be missing their No. 1 receiver as well. Davante Adams has been declared inactive. The Packers’ star young receiver tore up the Lions’ secondary last time the two played.

Here’s a look at the full inactives for both teams:

Detroit Lions

CB Nevin Lawson
CB Jamal Agnew
TE Luke Willson
DE Mitchell Loewen
WR Kenny Golladay
C Leo Koloamatangi
LB Nicholas Grigsby

Packers

QB Tim Boyle
WR Davante Adams
WR Equanimeous St. Brown
CB Jaire Alexander
G Nico Siragusa
T Jason Spriggs
LB Kendall Donnerson