Week 5 NFL Injury Report: Nick Fairley Questionable For Monday Night

The injury report for Monday night's game between the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears is out and it has good news for the home team. Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley fully practiced on Saturday and is listed as questionable for the game. He has practiced all week, and although no decision has been made yet, it certainly looks like he will make his debut on Monday night.

Here's a look at the full injury report:

Detroit Lions

WR Rashied Davis (Foot) - Out

WR Calvin Johnson (Ankle) - Probable

WR Maurice Stovall (Hand) - Probable

OT Jason Fox (Foot) - Out

DE Lawrence Jackson (Hamstring) - Questionable

DT Nick Fairley (Foot) - Questionable

LB DeAndre Levy (Knee) - Probable

LB Justin Durant (Concussion) - Probable

CB Aaron Berry (Groin) - Questionable

CB Eric Wright (Groin) - Probable

S Louis Delmas (Abdomen) - Probable

S Erik Coleman (Ankle) - Out

S Amari Spievey (Hamstring) - Questionable

Chicago Bears

WR Earl Bennett (Chest) - Out

TE Matt Spaeth (Calf) - Probable

OT Gabe Carimi (Knee) - Out

OG/C Chris Spencer (Hand) - Probable

DE Corey Wootton (Hand) - Probable

CB Charles Tillman (Hip) - Probable

S Chris Harris (Hamstring) - Probable

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