Lions' Levy among five starters questionable vs. Vikings

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News
Injured linebacker DeAndre Levy cheers on teammate Tyrunn Walker after Detroit defense stopped the Rams on 4th and 1 at the end of the first half.

Allen Park – DeAndre Levy continues to make progress toward a return, although the Lions linebacker is not a lock to play against the Vikings on Thanksgiving.

With another week of practice under his belt, Levy was one of six Detroit players, including five starters, listed as questionable for the game.

Also questionable are defensive end Ziggy Ansah (ankle), running back Theo Riddick (ankle), defensive tackle Khyri Thornton (foot), guard Graham Glasgow (ankle) and safety Don Carey (hamstring). All six were limited in practice this week.

The Vikings have ruled out punt returner Marcus Sherals and defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, while cornerback Terrance Newman is doubtful with a neck injury. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs (knee), linebacker Eric Kendricks (hip) and cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (ankle) are questionable.