Detroit Lions Injury Report
All four players hope to be ready for offseason workouts.
The Lions will need to replace their first round pick for the season finale.
How many snaps the injured Packers’ players play seems very fluid.
"I think we’ll see Goff this weekend."
The Lions starting quarterback looks like he’ll play in Detroit’s 2021 season finale.
The Lions quarterback is still practice, but still limited. His availability is unknown for Sunday.
Jared Goff took the field on Wednesday, but his status for Sunday is still very much in the air.
It will be the Tim Boyle show for the second straight week.
Four of the Seahawks OL are nursing injuries/COVID and two are unlikely to play.
It’s probably Tim Boyle time... again.
Tim Boyle is lined up to get his third career start while a knee injury continues to sideline Jared Goff.
COVID-19 continues to travel through Allen Park, specifically the Lions’ receiver room.
The Lions starting quarterback continues to miss practice due to a knee injury and his status this Sunday is in doubt.
Goff is off the reserve/COVID-19 list but a knee injury is keeping him out of practice.
The Lions will be missing two key pieces on offense for Week 16.
The Falcons are mostly healthy heading into their game against the Lions.
Look for Ifeatu Melifonwu and Will Harris at corner this week.
The Lions look like they’re going to be missing two key players for their Week 16 game against the Falcons.
Another missed practice for Oruwariye could mean more Wil Harris at corner on Sunday.
The Lions continue to see their starters impacted by injury.
One Lions starter is out of the year, while the other may be coming back for the final three games.
The Lions will be shorthanded
Lions get four key members of their secondary back.
Once again, the Lions will be without a handful of key players due to injuries and COVID-19 protocols.
The Lions lose another top player to IR.
The Lions' top two offensive skill players are unable to practice again. Not ideal.
Lions awarded S Brady Breeze from waivers, place Jerry Jacobs on IR, Corey Ballentine on reserve/COVID
The Lions have a new, young safety, but their secondary continues to be threatened by injury and illness.
A disappointing end to one of the best stories of the Lions season.
The young Lions cornerback is clearly distraught after suffering what appears to be a serious knee injury against the Broncos.
The Lions’ young rookie phenom suffered a bad-looking injury leaving Detroit’s secondary even thinner.
The Lions premier tight end will miss his first game of the season.
Only minimal injuries and all are expected to play.
It might be easier to list the players who are healthy.
The Lions are having to take drastic action to prevent the spread of a flu virus that has affected multiple players already.
The Lions are dealing with a flu bug that has specifically impacted their defensive and offensive fronts.