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Calvin Johnson among Lions questionable for game

Josh Katzenstein
The Detroit News
Calvin Johnson

Allen Park -- The Lions have looked like a healthy team in practice this week, but they'll still have some game-time decisions with some of their injured players before Thursday's game against the Eagles (12:30 p.m., FOX).

Wide receiver Calvin Johnson (ankle) is among the players questionable for the Thanksgiving game after being limited in practice all week.

Cornerback Darius Slay (neck), defensive tackles Caraun Reid (ankle) and Gabe Wright (ankle) and safety Don Carey (back) are all questionable, too. Slay and Carey were full participants in practice Wednesday, though, which could be a good sign for their availability.

The Lions also listed tight end Eric Ebron (quad/hand) and cornerback Crezdon Butler (teeth) as probable.

The Eagles are dealing with several injured players. Quarterback Sam Bradford (shoulder) is questionable, which means there's a chance Mark Sanchez will start.

Center Jason Kelce (knee) and left tackle Jason Peters (back) are also questionable.

Tight end Zach Ertz (concussion) and running back Ryan Mathews (concussion) have already been ruled out.

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