Lions Vs. 49ers: Calvin Johnson A Full Participant On Thursday's Injury Report

Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is listed as a full participant in practice on Thursday, according to the team's injury report. Johnson did not participate at all in Wednesday's practice, as he was nursing a sore foot.

Johnson caught 6 balls for 111 yards in the Lions' season-opening 27-23 win over the St. Louis Rams. There is no definitive information either way, but Johnson's full participation in practice at this point in the week is a good sign that he'll be in good form for Detroit's Week 2 showdown against the San Francisco 49ers.

Johnson is accompanied by six others on the Lions' injury report, with only one other player -- cornerback Chris Houston -- even participating on a limited basis. CB Bill Bentley, S Louis Delmas, DE Lawrence Jackson, LB Travis Lewis and DT Corey Williams are listed as non-participants.

Stay with this StoryStream for full coverage leading up to Detroit's showdown with San Francisco. For more on the Lions, check out Pride Of Detroit. For more on the 49ers, please make sure to visit Niners Nation.

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