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Inactive For Detroit Lions Week 2: Isaiah Buggs Against Seahawks

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Inactive For Detroit Lions Week 2: Isaiah Buggs Against Seahawks

(CTN News) – The Detroit Lions have declared their inactives ahead of their Week 2 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday.

A few roster moves have been made this week by the Detroit Lions as defense lineman Josh Paschal and corner Kahlil Dorsey have been placed on injured reserve, while defensive back Chase Lucas has been signed to the active roster.

As a result, the Lions now have 52 players on their active roster as well as elevated guard Kayode Awosika to the 53-player roster, which means there will be 53 players on their game-day roster.

In light of the Detroit Lions having eight offensive linemen who will be active for Thursday’s game, they will be able to expand their game-day eligibility roster from 47 to 48 players for the game.

With 53 players on the game-day roster, and 48 of them are eligible to play, the Detroit Lions will only be required to declare five players inactive for tonight’s game, due to the number of players on the roster.

Lions who are inactive:

On Saturday, LT Taylor Decker was downgraded to out from his position of OUT

Emmanuel Moseley (knee/hamstring) – Was ruled out for the game on Friday due to a knee injury

Steve Gilmore, cornerback for the Chicago Bears

Buggs is currently a defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys

Martin Brodric, defensive tackle

It is unclear what the Detroit Lions are going to do with the starting offensive line now that Decker is ruled out, and the team has been trying different combinations all week to see what will work best. In case there are any updates on the Lions offensive line projections before the game, keep an eye on Pride of Detroit’s social media account.

In the midst of recovering from his ACL injury, Moseley injured his hamstring and was unable to practice all week as a result. As a result of this move, the Detroit Lions will be able to shore up depth in the secondary and on special teams.

There is no sign of Gilmore being active again, with Chase Lucas taking over his spot in favor of Gilmore who is less of a contributor to special teams.

For the second week in a row, defensive tackles Buggs and Martin will also sit out. It is likely that the Seahawks’ Geno Smith’s mobility as well as the Lion’s game plan that follows a mobile quarterback contributed to the Seahawks’ victory.

Now that Josh Paschal has been placed on injured reserve, Romeo Okwara, who was another healthy scratch in Week 1, will play in today’s game for the Seahawks.

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Salman Ahmad is a seasoned writer for CTN News, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to the platform. With a knack for concise yet impactful storytelling, he crafts articles that captivate readers and provide valuable insights. Ahmad's writing style strikes a balance between casual and professional, making complex topics accessible without compromising depth.

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