The Detroit Lions completed their week of practice today and have released their final injury report.
The only player to be ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Redskins is wide receiver Patrick Edwards (ankle). That sets up Ryan Broyles to make his season debut after suffering an ACL tear late last season.
Joining Edwards as non-participants at today’s practice were Jason Fox (groin), Louis Delmas (knee), Jason Jones (knee) and Ashlee Palmer (ankle). Fox missed last week’s game and is doubtful to play this week while the team considers Delmas, Jones and Palmer probable to play.
The name on everyone’s mind all week has been Reggie Bush and while he returned to a limited practice today, Bush has been designated as questionable to play. He indicated after practice that he isn’t sure when the team will make a final decision whether or not he will play.
Also limited today were Don Carey (hamstring), Nick Fairley (shoulder) and Rob Sims (knee). Carey is doubtful to play, Fairley is questionable and Sims is probable to play.
The NFL uses the following definitions for game status designations:
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