Lions Vs. 49ers: Calvin Johnson Among 7 Detroit Players On Week 2 Injury Report

Although many are still expecting him to suit up against the 49ers on Sunday Night, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson joined six other teammates on the team's initial Week 2 injury report on Wednesday after missing practice.

Johnson was the lone offensive player to sit out on Wednesday, and was added to the injury report for the first time all season along with a group including cornerback Bill Bentley, linebacker Travis Lewis and defensive linemen Lawrence Jackson and Corey Williams.

The first-year Bentley, who looked to be coming into his own after winning a starting cornerback in camp, suffered a concussion against the Rams and now faces an uncertain timetable. Cornerback Chris Houston, who has now been listed on each of Detroit's two initial injury reports, was a limited participant alongside Williams on Wednesday and is poised to make his 2012 debut after rehabbing from a sprained ankle.

Stay with this StoryStream for full coverage leading up to Detroit's showdown with San Francisco, and be sure to visit Pride of Detroit for more Lions analysis throughout the week. Also check in with SB Nation's NFL hub for more coverage from around the league.

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