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Friday Practice Report: Four Players Questionable For Detroit Lions

A closer look at Friday's practice report for the Seahawks and Lions before the two teams meet in the Wild Card round of the playoffs at CenturyLink Field.

The final practice report of Wild Card week didn't bring much new news for the Seahawks, who as expected will be without defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (concussion) and running back C.J. Prosise (shoulder) for Saturday night's playoff game against the Detroit Lions. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said McDaniel's setback came in last week's game against the San Francisco 49ers, while Prosise has a chance to return to practice next week should the Seahawks advance.

Defensive end Michael Bennett, tight end Jimmy Graham, and cornerback Richard Sherman, all three of whom received non-injury related practice time off this week, were listed as full participants on Friday and will be available to play this weekend. 

The Lions, meanwhile, have four players listed as questionable for tomorrow's matchup, including linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee), offensive linemen Riley Reiff (hip) and Travis Swanson (concussion), as well as receiver Andre Roberts (shoulder). All four Detroit players were listed as limited participants at practice on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week.

Update:After Friday's gameday status report was initially released, the Lions downgraded center Travis Swanson (concussion) from questionable to out for Saturday's game in Seattle. Swanson, who will miss his fifth straight game, is expected to be replaced in the starting lineup by Graham Glasgow.

Here's a look at the Wild Card game status report for both sides:

Seattle Seahawks


RB C.J. Prosise (Shoulder)

DT Tony McDaniel (Concussion)

Detroit Lions


C Travis Swanson (Concussion)


LB DeAndre Levy (Knee)

T Riley Reiff (Hip)

WR Andre Roberts (Shoulder)

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