The Detroit Lions are preparing for one of the biggest games they've had in a long time as they set to do battle with the New Orleans Saints in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs on Saturday. The team got some good news from its injury report as both Kevin Smith and Calvin Johnson were listed as probable heading into Saturday's game.
Johnson missed all of practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday, according to the final report of the week, but he's apparently healthy enough to be deemed probable heading into tomorrow's game. The wide receiver missed both Wednesday and Thursday last week with his Achilles injury before playing very well in the regular season finale.
Smith is listed on the injury report with both ankle and knee injuries, but the starting running back didn't let them both him too much this week. He was limited, but will still have a good chance to play on Saturday according to his probable status.
Safety Chris Harris is the only player listed as doubtful this week as every other Lion showing up on the injury report is listed as probable.