Worrilow signed a one-year contract with the Lions on Wednesday, Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press reports. Formerly of the Falcons, Worrilow operated as a starter for most of the 2013-15 seasons but was largely relegated to special teams work this past year. However, he could be a good fit with the Lions, a team in dire need of linebackers who can cover in space.
Worrilow (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Worrilow popped up on the Falcons' injury report after the illness prevented him from practicing Friday, but with a day off to recover, it's not expected that he'll face any limitations. The middle linebacker has a pair of 120-plus-tackle seasons on his resume, but after being displaced by Deion Jones for the starting role in 2016, Worrilow remains off the IDP radar.
Worrilow (illness) did not practice Friday but should be ready for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Worrilow appears in zero danger of missing this week's action. He'll likely assume his usual role rotating in behind Deion Jones at middle linebacker.
Worrilow (groin) will play against the Chargers on Sunday. Worrilow hasn't played since Week 2, when he needed to go under the knife to repair a groin injury. However, he's now buried on the depth chart and may struggle to earn playing time.
Worrilow (groin) will not play against the Seahawks on Sunday, ESPN reports. Worrilow hasn't played in a game since Week 2, but managed to log limited practice sessions throughout the week. However, it's still uncertain when he'll return.