Allen Park — The Detroit Lions have ruled out starting center Travis Swanson and return man Jamal Agnew for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Swanson suffered a knee injury in the second half of last week’s game. Agnew will miss his second straight, also with a knee injury.

This is the second game Swanson’s missed this season. He sat out Week 3 with an ankle injury.

With Swanson out, the Lions will move Graham Glasgow from left guard to center. Corey Robinson has served as the top option off the bench the past two times the team has needed a reserve guard, but it’s unknown whether they’ll stick to the same rotation after he struggled in those appearances.

Additionally, the Lions have listed running back Ameer Abdullah (neck) and guard T.J. Lang (foot) as questionable. Both players returned to practice on Friday after missing Wednesday and Thursday’s sessions.

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