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Lions-Packers Week 17 Injury Report: Davon House and Nick Fairley Out

Both the Packers and Lions will be missing just a single key player apiece on defense.

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions announced their injury reports for their week 17 game this Friday afternoon, and each team will be missing one key player on defense. Of the combined ten players on the two teams' reports, eight are listed as Probable and just two are out.

For the Packers, four of the six players are starters, including quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who suffered a calf injury during last week's win at Tampa Bay. However, the only player out is second-string cornerback Davon House, who will miss his third straight game with a shoulder injury.

Packers Injury Report


G T.J. Lang (ankle)
OLB Clay Matthews (biceps)
OLB Mike Neal (abdomen)
QB Aaron Rodgers (calf)
G Josh Sitton (toe)


CB Davon House (shoulder)

For the Lions, three of the four players on their report are starters as well, including the player listed as out, defensive tackle Nick Fairley. His knee injury will likely elevate 10th-year veteran C.J. Mosley into the starting lineup at tackle next to Ndamukong Suh.

Of course, in addition to Fairley, center Dominic Raiola will miss Sunday's game as a result of his suspension. Below is the full injury report for the Lions.

Lions Injury Report


RB Joique Bell (achilles)
WR Calvin Johnson (ankle)
CB Mohammed Seisay (hamstring)


DT Nick Fairley (knee)