The Detroit Lions have completed their week of practice ahead of Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles and released their final injury report.
Corey Williams is the only player that has been ruled out for week six. Williams will miss his second game following knee surgery.
The big question all week was weather or not Louis Delmas would be able to make his season debut this Sunday. He didn’t practice today but Jim Schwartz said it wasn’t because of a setback so it appears safe to expect to see Delmas on the field. He’s officially listed as questionable, as are Cliff Avril (back) and Sammie Hill (toe).
Travis Lewis (quad), Brandon Pettigrew (knee), Amari Spievey (groin), Stephen Tulloch (knee) and Titus Young (knee) round out the injury report. All are listed as probable.
The NFL defines each status designation as follows:
Out = Player will not play
Doubtful = 25% chance a player will play
Questionable = 50% chance a player will play
Probable = 75% chance a player will play