Ebron (ankle) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Chicago.
Ebron followed Wednesday's absence with a limited showing Thursday and a full practice Friday. He followed the same pattern last week, ultimately catching five passes for 69 yards on eight targets while playing 58 of his team's 68 offensive snaps. Ebron should be fine for Sunday's favorable matchup against an injury-marred Chicago defense.
Gilberry, who was limited to 23 tackles and two sacks in 16 games for the Bengals last season, bolsters the Lions' defensive end depth, though his path to IDP relevance hinges on him securing his share of snaps at the position opposite Ziggy Ansah.
Jones (hamstring) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Chicago.
A mid-week addition to the injury report, Jones was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. His availability doesn't appear to be in much question, as he didn't show any signs of injury at Friday's practice, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. The NFL's leader in receiving yards, Jones will do battle with an injury-marred Chicago secondary that would have been shaky even at full strength.
Taylor (ankle) is active for Sunday's Week 3 matchup with the Packers, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Taylor only practiced once during the week, but the Lions may require him to play a full snap count Sunday with Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) expected to miss at least a few games. Through his first two games, Taylor has been able to make an impact at the defensive end spot opposite Ansah, logging eight tackles and 1.5 sacks.
Wilson and Rafael Bush will compete for the Lion's starting strong safety position this offseason, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Back in 2012, then-rookie Wilson played in all 16 games for the Patriots, logging four starts and an equal number of interceptions. In three seasons since, he failed to start a single contest, and picked off just one pass. Now in Detroit, the Illinois product will have the opportunity to reposition himself as an NFL starter this offseason, according to Lions GM Bob Quinn. Glover Quin (ankle) is currently cemented in as their starting free safety, but Wilson will compete with Rafael Bush to patrol the secondary alongside him. However, Bush is the presumptive favorite to win this battle, and the Lions could still further address the safety position in the draft or through the free-agent market.