PHILADELPHIA (97.1 THE TICKET/AP) – Lions cornerback Darius Slay and Eagles safety Earl Wolff are inactive for Sunday’s game between NFC North-leading Detroit and Philadelphia.
Slay injured his knee in practice Thursday. The rookie had started three games this season, including the Lions’ win over Green Bay on Thanksgiving Day because Chris Houston was injured. Houston is back in the lineup against the Eagles.
Wolff, who replaced Patrick Chung as the starter midway through the year, misses his third straight game with a knee injury. Chung starts in his place.
Backup linebacker Najee Goode (hamstring) is among Philadelphia’s other inactives.
Reggie Bush is now questionable for Sunday’s game – slipping on the snowy field during warm-ups, possibly aggravating a previous injury.
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