Detroit Lions Injury Report
The Lions will be without two starters in Week 3, although one was expected.
Ryan Santoso takes Austin Seibert’s job while he is on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Another obstacle for the third year defensive lineman.
All of the sudden, the Ravens front-seven is looking thinner.
Flowers did not practice this week, questionable seems optimistic.
Flowers misses practice again, Lions hoping to get him ready by Sunday.
Flowers is dealing with two injuries, while Collins’ mysterious absence is not injury related.
Things are not looking good for the Lions’ WR1 this week.
Two weeks into the season and the Lions have lost a second starting corner to injury.
The Lions won’t be quite as shorthanded at wide receiver as possible.
Green Bay could be missing key starters on both sides of the ball.
The Lions are hurting at WR going into Monday night.
Duce Staley downplayed injuries at running back, won't limit them moving forward.
Tyrell Williams remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol.
The Lions are currently down their No. 1 receiver on an already thin roster.
Horrible luck for the Lions’ 2020 first-round pick.
The Lions second year corner could be in danger of missing the season.
The Lions defensive line will be missing a couple of key players.
The 49ers appear likely to be without one of their key starters on the defensive line.
Looks like there will be some shuffling on the Lions’ OL
It appears the Lions will be without one of their best offensive linemen for Sunday and beyond.
The Lions starting left tackle was limited on Wednesday and missed practice all together on Thursday. Not ideal.
Decker’s finger injury could put his availability in doubt this week.
Michael Brockers mystery injury finally revealed.
Head coach Dan Campbell does not appear to be too concerned with Swift’s health anymore.
For the first couple months, the Lions will have to rely on David Blough as Jared Goff’s primary backup.
He is having surgery Monday and it’s unclear if he will return in 2021.
Lions players have a little less than three weeks to make progress with their injuries.
The Lions are in no rush to push their veteran into action ahead of a long season.
The Lions are sitting some injured players on Saturday—and possibly more.
Some of the Lions’ offensive weapons are getting healthier.
Good news on the Lions injury front.
This is part of the trade off that comes with padded practices.
The Lions could be shorthanded at running back for their first preseason game.