Pettigrew's Season-Ending Injury Has Opened The Door For Wright, EbronThe Detroit Lions have had a very tumultuous season, but injuries have played a very big role in the problems that have come about. Now, injuries are going to open doors for a few others while one former starter has seen his time with the Lions come to an end.
Lions Release Offensive Lineman LaAdrian Waddle, Make Other Roster MovesTo help alleviate the tight end woes, the Lions signed Bear Pascoe, who played five years for the Giants and was with Atlanta last season.
Injury Report: Detroit Lions Extremely Healthy For London Battle With Kansas City ChiefsIt took traveling halfway across the world for the Detroit Lions to do it, but they are looking healthier than they have at any point this season. With Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs in London upcoming, only one player is listed as out.
Ebron, Ngata Out Against Bears Sunday; Bell, Ihedigbo, Riddick All QuestionableTight end Eric Ebron and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata will both miss the Lions’ game against the Bears on Sunday.
Lions Release First Injury Report; Levy Dealing With Hip InjuryThe mystery of linebacker DeAndre Levy's undisclosed injury that has kept him out of practice for the better part of two weeks is at least partially solved: It's a hip problem.
Lions Activate LaAdrian Waddle, Jason JonesDetroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell had a big smile after practice Sunday.
Joique Bell, LaAdrian Waddle Undergo SurgeryDetroit Lions running back Joique Bell and right tackle LaAdrian Waddle both announced on social media this week that they were undergoing surgery.
Lions Place Waddle On Injured ReserveWaddle suffered a knee injury in Sunday's win over the Minnesota Vikings.
Caldwell On Waddle: 'Doesn't Look Good For Him'Caldwell offered little hope Monday that Waddle will be able to return after suffering a knee injury Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
Caldwell Says Status Of Warford, Waddle Still UncertainFollowing another bout with the injury bug, the Lions may be playing the Cardinals and the Patriots without Warford and Waddle.
LaAdrian Waddle Kept Playing Despite ConcussionDetroit Lions offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle kept playing after banging his head on the ground late in last week's victory over the New Orleans Saints, even though the team knew a concussion was possible.
LaAdrian Waddle Active For Lions-Bills GameIn Waddle's absence, the Lions have used Garrett Reynolds and Cornelius Lucas.

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