Given the special nature of this week in the NFC North, we'll separate Friday's injury report. First up: Sunday's game at the Metrodome:
Detroit Lions: Receiver Nate Burleson (ankle) and linebacker Zack Follett (concussion) have been ruled out. They will presumably be replaced by Bryant Johnson and Landon Johnson, respectively, although Landon Johnson was added to the injury report Friday and is questionable because of a neck injury. But middle linebacker DeAndre Levy (groin) is also listed as questionable and is fully expected to play. The same goes for right guard Stephen Peterman (foot).
Minnesota Vikings: All 53 players participated in at least a portion of practice. Receiver Percy Harvin (hip) was listed as probable on the injury report and will play. Cornerback Chris Cook (knee) is questionable but appears to have a good chance to be active and play in nickel and/or dime situations. Cornerback Cedric Griffin (knee) is also questionable, but with the Vikings' bye week looming next week, it might make sense to give him one more game off.