Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (81) is unable to complete the pass during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at Ford Field. Minnesota won 20-13.(Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE)
Allen Park, MI (Sports Network) - Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Johnson, who has been bothered by a lingering knee injury all season, was unable to practice all week. Last year's NFL leader in receiving yards has caught just six passes for 80 yards over the past two weeks and has managed a modest 41 receptions for 638 yards and one touchdown on the season.
In other injury related news, the Lions declared safeties Louis Delmas (knee) and Amari Spievey (concussion) out for Sunday's game. Delmas left Detroit's 28-24 victory over Seattle last Sunday after injuring his surgically repaired knee, while Spievey continues to battle a concussion he sustained against Chicago in Week 7.
Linebacker DeAndre Levy (hamstring) is listed as questionable after participating in a limited capacity on Thursday and Friday.
Defensive end Cliff Avril (back), linebackers Justin Durant (quad) and Stephen Tulloch (knee), cornerback Jacob Lacey (concussion), tight end Brandon Pettigrew (knee). defensive tackle Corey Williams (knee) and wide receiver Titus Young (knee) are all considered probable for Sunday against Jacksonville.
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