Lions vs. Packers final injury report for Week 18

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The final Detroit Lions injury report for the 2021 season reveals a team whose remaining players are in relatively good health. Only one player, fullback Jason Cabinda, is officially ruled out with a knee injury other.

Six other Lions are questionable, a grouping that includes starting QB Jared Goff and left guard Jonah Jackson. Goff is officially listed as questionable, but earlier on Friday head coach Dan Campbell called Goff “probable” to play with his lingering knee injury.

Joining Goff and Jackson (elbow/knee) as questionable for Sunday’s meeting with Green Bay in Ford Field:

Detroit’s injury report does not include the players who remain on the reserve/COVID-19 list, a group that includes both starting offensive tackles, Penei Sewell and Taylor Decker. They will be eligible to play on Sunday if they become asymptomatic and produce a negative test to clear protocols.

The Packers list, courtesy of the team via Twitter:

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