In possible last game with Lions, Reiff added to injury report
Allen Park – The Lions had a late addition to injury report for Sunday’s game against the Packers, designating right tackle Riley Reiff as questionable with hip injury.
Reiff has started 14 games for Detroit this season, missing the team’s trip to Minnesota before the bye with an illness. Since being selected in the first round out of Iowa in 2012, the highly durable lineman has missed just two games in his five seasons with the organization.
Sunday could potentially be Reiff’s final game with the Lions. He’s set to be a free agent this offseason and the team has given no indication whether they’ll make a strong push to re-sign him.
If Reiff can’t go against the Packers, he’ll likely be replaced by Corey Robinson in the starting lineup. A seventh-round pick last season, Robinson started against the Vikings in place of Reiff last month.
In addition to Reiff, the Lions previously listed center Travis Swanson (concussion) as doubtful and cornerback Darius Slay (hamstring), linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee) and wide receiver Andre Roberts (shoulder) as questionable.