Los Angeles (3-2) at Lions (2-3)

Kickoff: 1 p.m. Sunday, Ford Field.

TV/radio: Fox (Channel 2 in Detroit), WJR-AM (760).

Line: Lions by 3.

Injury Report

Detroit Lions

TE Eric Ebron ankle/knee NP NP NP Out
LB DeAndre Levy knee/quad NP NP NP Out
DT Haloti Ngata shoulder NP NP NP Out
RB Theo Riddick ankle NP NP NP Out
DE Ezekiel Ansah ankle LP LP LP Questionable
WR Anquan Boldin ankle NP LP FP Questionable
S Don Carey ribs LP LP FP Questionable
DT A’Shawn Robinson shoulder LP LP LP Questionable
G Laken Tomlinson neck NP LP LP Questionable
G Larry Warford hip LP NP NP Out
RB Dwayne Washington ankle NP NP LP Out

Los Angeles Rams

CB Trumaine Johnson ankle NP NP NP Out
DT Michael Brockers hip NP NP LP Questionable
DE William Hayes ankle NP NP LP Questionable
WR Brian Quick ankle not listed not listed LP Questionable
DE Robert Quinn shoulder NP NP LP Questionable
G Cody Wichmann ankle NP NP LP Questionable
*The Rams did not practice Thursday. Practice participation designations for that day are based on estimations.
NP = Did not participate in practice
LP = Limited participation in practice
FP = Full participation
NL = Not listedFull Participation = 100% of a player’s normal repetitions
Limited Participation = Less than 100% of a players normal repetitionsOut = Will not play
Doubtful = Unlikely to play
Questionable = Uncertain if a player will play

Injury Report via detroitlions.com

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