Detroit Lions Injury Report: Reggie Bush ‘Probable’ to Face Bears

Sep 8, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21)runs the ball during the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

Reggie Bush guaranteed earlier in the week that he would play this Sunday when the Detroit Lions host the Chicago Bears. Jim Schwartz wasn’t as committal, but the final injury report of the week puts a probability on it. Bush was able to practice fully all week and has been listed as probable to play.

Joining Bush as probable are Chris Houston (hand), Calvin Johnson (knee), Louis Delmas (knee), DeAndre Levy (abdomen), Ashlee Palmer (ankle), Rob Sims (shoulder) and Ndamukong Suh (knee).

Ziggy Ansah (abdomen), Don Carey (hamstring), Jason Fox (groin), Corey Hilliard (groin) are less certain to play after being listed as questionable. Still, Fox or Hilliard figure to get the start at right tackle.

The Lions could use the return of Patrick Edwards (ankle) given the loss of Nate Burleson, however he has been listed as doubtful to play after being limited in practice all week.

Only Nate Burleson (forearm) has been ruled out as of Friday afternoon.

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

Topics: Detroit Lions

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