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Detroit Lions injury report: Wednesday, November 23


When the Detroit Lions host the Buffalo Bills on Thursday afternoon at Ford Field, they will be looking to pick up their fourth win in a row. Despite having three losses, the 7-3 Bills are arguably the best team in the NFL, and they will be looking to keep pace with the other top teams in the AFC who have an equal or better record. For the Lions to take down the Bills, they are going to need all hands on deck, and according to their latest injury report, that may not happen.

Detroit Lions Injury Report

Who is on the Detroit Lions Injury Report?

Just moments ago, the final Detroit Lions injury report of the week was released, and as you can see, Evan Brown, Charles Harris, Jonah Jackson, Jeff Okudah, and Josh Paschal have been ruled OUT.

Here is the full injury report:

Detroit Lions Injury Report
PlayerPositionInjuryMonday*Tuesday*Wednesday*Game Status
Evan BrownG/CAnkleNo PracticeNo PracticeNo Practiceout
Charles HarrisDLGroinNo PracticeNo PracticeNo Practiceout
Jonah JacksonGConcussionNo PracticeNo PracticeNo Practiceout
Jeff OkudahCBConcussionNo PracticeNo PracticeNo Practiceout
Josh PaschalDLKneeNo PracticeNo PracticeNo Practiceout
Josh ReynoldsWRBackNo PracticeLimited PracticeLimited Practicequestionable
DJ CharkWRAnkleLimited PracticeLimited PracticeFull Practice
Frank RagnowCFootNo PracticeLimited PracticeFull Practice
Malcolm RodriguezLBElbowFull PracticeFull PracticeFull Practice
D’Andre SwiftRBAnkle/ShoulderFull PracticeFull PracticeFull Practice

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