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Packers vs. Lions: Thursday Injury Report

Not much has changed, but there are a few pieces of information to pass along in Thursday's injury report.

Leon Halip

Not too much news to pass along to you folks today on the injury front (thankfully) but there are some interesting notes. Here's Thursday's injury report for the Packers...

Name Position Injury Wed Status Thurs. Status
Greg Jennings WR Groin / Abdomen Out Out
Clay Matthews OLB Hamstring Out Out
Charles Woodson S Collarbone Out Out
Andrew Quarless TE Knee LP DNP
Johnny White RB Illness N/A DNP
Donald Driver WR Thumb LP LP
John Kuhn FB Hamstring LP LP
Terrell Manning LB Shoulder LP LP
Mike Neal DE Ankle DNP LP
Jordy Nelson WR Hamstring / Foot LP LP
Sam Shields CB Ankle LP LP
Ryan Taylor TE Chest LP LP
T.J. Lang RT (LG) Elbow / Wrist FP FP
D.J. Williams TE Hamstring FP FP
Jerel Worthy DE Concussion FP FP

DNP = Did Not Practice
LP = Limited Participation
FP = Full Participation
N/A = Not on the report this day

Couple things of note...and for once it's mostly good news. Mike Neal returned to practice today, if only on a limited basis. This is good. Andrew Quarless seems to have taken a step back and did not practice today, this is unsurprising considering that he is only just starting to come back from his massive knee injury last year. The only other change was the appearance of Johnny White missing practice due to an illness. Since White has not been activated since joining the Packers this hardly seems earth shattering.

Now for the Lions...

Name Position Injury Wed Status Thurs Status
Louis Delmas S Knee DNP DNP
Amari Spievey S Concussion DNP DNP
Corey Williams DT Knee DNP DNP
Cliff Avril DE Back / Concussion DNP LP
Erik Coleman S Toe DNP LP
Jason Hanson K Left Foot LP LP
Chris Houston CB Ankle DNP LP
Calvin Johnson WR Knee DNP LP
Ashlee Palmer LB Chest LP LP
Titus Young WR Knee LP LP

The Lions were able to get a few key players to return to practice, if only on a limited basis, including Cliff Avril, Chris Houston, and Calvin Johnson. Perhaps most important out of all of these is Houston. The Lions are going to need all the help they can muster in the secondary with the Packers finally starting to get healthy at receiver. Losing one of their top corners might of been a bit too much for a struggling Lions defense.