Lions rule LB DeAndre Levy doubtful vs. Jaguars

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News
Lions' DeAndre Levy, here playing in Week 1 against the Colts, has been ruled as being doubtful against the Jaguars  this Sunday.

Allen Park — DeAndre Levy practiced all three days this week, but it will likely be at least another week before he sees game action. The Detroit Lions ruled the veteran linebacker doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Levy hasn't played since suffering a quad injury in the season opener. He's also been recovering from minor knee surgery, performed while he was out with the quad injury.

In addition to Levy, running back Theo Riddick and defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, who were limited all week with lingering ankle injuries, are questionable.  Both players were also questionable for the team's last game, two weeks ago in Minnesota, but played full workloads in the victory.