Lions' Reiff remains big question mark vs. Seahawks

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News

Allen Park — The Detroit Lions’ biggest question mark coming into Saturday’s playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks — right tackle Riley Reiff  — has been ruled questionable.

Reiff was a late addition to last week’s injury report with a hip issue, which sidelined him for the season finale against the Green Bay Packers. It was just the third game the highly durable lineman has missed in his five seasons with the Lions.

Center Travis Swanson has been ruled out for fifth straight week with a head injury. He was a limited participant in practice this week, but did briefly chat with reporters on Wednesday, indicating he has exited concussion protocol.

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Reiff would be replaced by either Cornelius Lucas or the recently re-signed Garrett Reynolds. Rookie Graham Glasgow will start for Swanson.

Corey Robinson started for Reiff last week, but suffered a season-ending foot injury in the loss to the Packers.

Detroit also ruled return man Andre Roberts (shoulder) and linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee) questionable for Seattle, but both are expected to play.

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