Friday PM update: Reynolds didn’t practice Friday, so his only practice was a limited on on Thursday. It doesn’t seem like he will play, but he is listed as questionable.
Friday update: Reynolds was not spotted at practice on Friday, per Dave Birkett. This is not a good sign for his chance to play against the Giants. DJ Chark may be able to return and Amon-Ra St. Brown remains the No. 1 target.
Thursday PM Update: Reynolds was listed as a limited participant in practice. It’s definitely an improvement from no practice on Wednesday, but you’d like to see him log a full practice Friday to increase his chances to play Sunday.
Lions Thursday practice report: pic.twitter.com/NKJTlIjwTn— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) November 17, 2022
Thursday update: Reynolds returned to practice on Thursday, per Jeremy Reisman. This is a good sign, but he will likely be questionable after missing two weeks and likely getting in limited practices.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds still has not returned to practice as of Wednesday. The Lions prepare to face the New York Giants on Sunday, but may be missing Reynolds yet again with a back injury that has kept him out of both practices and games since Week 8.
Not seen at practice for Lions:— Jeremy Reisman (@DetroitOnLion) November 16, 2022
RB Jamaal Williams
WR Josh Reynolds
WR Trinity Benson
OT Taylor Decker
C Frank Ragnow
EDGE Josh Paschal
Safety DeShon Elliott is in a red no-contact jersey after entering concussion protocol Sunday.
Chark and R. Okwara are back (still on IR)
Fantasy football implications for Week 11
Reynolds’ absence has been an expectation over the past few weeks, and the Lions have other WRs who they can rely on, though the position group has been plagued with injuries throughout the first half of this season (DJ Chark is still on injured reserve).
Kalif Raymond and Amon-Ra St. Brown will split the majority of targets from Jared Goff, and backup Tom Kennedy has been seeing some good opportunities, as well. Kennedy has added 128 yards over seven receptions in the four games that he played — not bad for a 5-foot-10 Bryant grad who has moved from the practice squad to the active roster and back more times than you can count.