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Thursday, July 16, 2020

2016 NFL Regular Season Week 1 Injury Report: Lions vs. Colts

NFL LogoThe 2016 NFL regular season for the Detroit Lions is just days away. The Lions will do battle with Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts inside Lucas Oil Stadium at 4:25 PM ET this Sunday. Detroit will look to take advantage of a banged up Indy defense and get their offense running on all cylinders.

The Lions, with the exception of a few players to watch, the Lions are looking great health wise, while the Colts seem to have a few injuries heading into Week 1. Let’s hope the Lions can really take advantage, put up a bunch of points and get the 2016 season off on the right foot.

Here’s the injury report for both teams entering the opening week of the 2016 regular season.

Lions

09/11/16 TE Eric Ebron ANKLE QUESTIONABLE
09/11/16 C Graham Glasgow TOE QUESTIONABLE
09/11/16 T Corey Robinson ANKLE QUESTIONABLE
09/11/16 WR Golden Tate ANKLE QUESTIONABLE
08/17/16 TE Andrew Quarless Suspension SUSPEND Suspended until Week 3 at Green Bay
07/29/16 TE Orson Charles Suspension SUSPEND Suspended until Week 2 vs. Tennessee

Colts

09/11/16 DT Henry Anderson KNEE OUT Limited Practice on Thursday. Out for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/11/16 CB Darius Butler ANKLE OUT Did Not Practice on Thursday. Out for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/11/16 CB Vontae Davis ANKLE OUT Did Not Practice on Thursday. Out for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/11/16 S Clayton Geathers FOOT OUT Did Not Practice on Thursday. Out for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/11/16 T Joe Haeg ANKLE QUESTIONABLE Limited Practice on Thursday. Questionable for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/11/16 T Jack Mewhort KNEE QUESTIONABLE
09/11/16 LB Sio Moore HAMSTRING QUESTIONABLE Limited Practice on Thursday. Questionable for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/08/16 DB Tevin Mitchel Hamstring QUESTIONABLE Questionable for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/07/16 QB Andrew Luck Shoulder QUESTIONABLE Limited Practice on Thursday. Questionable for Week 1 vs. Detroit
09/07/16 DB Dezmen Southward Undisclosed QUESTIONABLE Questionable for Week 1 vs. Detroit
08/21/16 TE Michael Miller Undisclosed OUT Out for Week 1 vs. Detroit
07/29/16 DL Arthur Jones Suspension SUSPEND Suspended until Week 5 at Houston
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Daniel Willim
Born & raised in the mitten. Grew up in Traverse City, but moved down to the Redford, MI area after my Dad tragically passed away in 1999 because that's where he was being buried and we wanted to be down there with him. I'm an avid Detroit sports fan, growing up in the state of Michigan and having such a solid block of teams to root for is something special. Iv'e always liked discussing Detroit sports whether it be about the past, the present or even what the future holds for Michigan sports teams. It's a long time coming as I am very excited to be apart of the DSN team and be able to construct interesting features to be posted for Detroit Sports fans to read/discuss about.

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