KEYS TO THE GAME
Lions: DT Chuck Darby did not practice Wednesday because of a calf injury. He was limited Thursday and likely will be available Sunday at Chicago. ... LB Jordon Dizon did not practice Wednesday and Thursday because of a hamstring injury. He seems unlikely to play Sunday considering he did not practice last week, either. ... FB Jerome Felton did not practice Wednesday and Thursday because of a high ankle sprain. He will not play Sunday. ... Fitzsimmons did not practice Wednesday and Thursday because of a rib injury. He said he wanted to see how he felt Friday. He still hopes to play Sunday. ... Redding did not practice Wednesday because of a groin injury. He was limited Thursday and said he would play Sunday. ... Smith did not practice Wednesday and Thursday because of a foot injury. He said he would not rule out playing Sunday, but it would depend on how he felt Friday. ... G Damion Cook was limited Wednesday and Thursday because of a knee injury but said he will play. ... G Andy McCollum was limited Wednesday and Thursday because of a finger injury. His status is uncertain.
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