ALLEN PARK, Mich. (WXYZ) - Despite sitting out practice on Friday, Lions running back Reggie Bush has been ruled probable for Sunday's game against Dallas.
Bush's absence was described as a "maintenance day" by head coach Jim Schwartz.
Along with Bush, the following players have been ruled probable for Sunday: safety Louis Delmas, defensive tackle Andre Fluellen, wide receiver Calvin Johnson, defensive back Rashean Mathis, linebacker Ashlee Palmer, tight end Brandon Pettigrew, and running back Theo Riddick.
Offensive tackles Riley Reiff and Jason Fox are listed as questionable.
Offensive tackle Corey Hilliard and wide receiver Nate Burleson did not practice this week, and are ruled out for Sunday.
The Lions host the Cowboys at 1 p.m. Sunday.
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