(WXYZ) -- Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay is considered week-to-week with a hip injury and is expected to miss next Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Golladay suffered the injury Sunday during the Lions' loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
Rapoport adds Golladay could be a candidate for Injured Reserve, given the league's adjusted rules this season.
"I'd say it's day by day and week by week," Lions head coach Matt Patricia told reporters Monday. "Obviously everybody's a bit sore today from the game yesterday, it was a physical game. And today guys are going through their medical checks, and then we'll see how it looks tomorrow, and then see how it looks at the end of the week, really."
Over the weekend, a CBS Sports report indicated Golladay was not at the team's facility Saturday when he should have been. However, multiple Detroit beat writers refuted that report Monday.
Chris Burke of The Athletic reports Golladay was indeed at the Allen Park facility Saturday. Justin Rogers of the Detroit News also reports Golladay was at the facility, adding there are "no issues" with the wide receiver.
"Kenny was here in the morning," Patricia said Monday when asked about the situation. "Kenny got his (COVID-19) test, Kenny was here in the afternoon, actually, for some extra work on his body. Kenny was here at night, and Kenny was at bed check. So he was here."