Lions vs. Vikings injury report: Louis Delmas and Amari Spievey ruled out for Week 10

Rich Schultz

The Lions will be without safeties Louis Delmas and Amari Spievey in Week 10 against the Vikings, and receiver Calvin Johnson is questionable.

The Detroit Lions won't have safeties Louis Delmas or Amari Spievey for Sunday's divisional contest against the Minnesota Vikings, as they were both ruled out, according to the team's injury report released Friday.

Neither Delmas (knee injury) nor Spievey (concussion) practiced all week. Five players, including wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who is battling a knee injury, were listed as questionable on the report. The others include defensive end Cliff Avril (back), tackle Corey Hilliard (knee), defensive tackle Corey Williams (knee) and wide receiver Titus Young (knee).

For the Vikings, wide receiver and special teams threat Percy Harvin was listed on the team report as doubtful for Sunday with an ankle injury. Defensive tackle Letroy Guion, suffering from a foot injury, is also listed as doubtful for the NFC North division showdown.

After both were limited in practice earlier in the week, Lions safety Erik Coleman (toe) and linebacker DeAndre Levy (hamstring) were both full participants in practice on Friday. They are listed as probable for Sunday's game.

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