The Detroit Lions have released their final injury report for week 13 and as it stands right now, no one has been ruled out for Thursday’s game.
In fact, it looks like only one Lions player is in danger of missing this year’s Thanksgiving Class. Chris Houston (foot) hasn’t practiced this week and has been listed as doubtful to play.
The rest of the injury report is a short list, good news indicating a healthy roster, and all are listed as probable to play.
Calvin Johnson (knee) and Louis Delmas (knee) have had their normal weekly routines altered by the Thursday game this week but both appear ready to go. Rounding out the injury report are Glover Quin (ankle) and Israel Idonije (knee), also listed as probable.
On the other side, the Packers have already ruled out Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), Johnathan Franklin (concussion/neck), Jamari Lattimore (quadricep) and C.J. Wilson (ankle).
The NFL defines status designations like this:
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