Cleary (ankle) doesn't appear on the injury report in advance of Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Clearly has only appeared in five games for the Lions this season, starting one of them. His rare availability Wednesday suggests he's on track to be available as depth at offensive line for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
The Bears have listed Cleary (ankle) as inactive for Saturday's matchup versus the Bears.
Although he was a full participant at practice throughout the week, the Lions have opted to keep Cleary on the sideline Saturday. His next chance to suit up will be the Lions' Week 16 contest against the Bengals.
Cleary (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Bears.
Cleary was a full participant in practice all week, but his status remains in question for Saturday's game. The Lions may need the reserve tackle to play due to the fact that Rick Wagner (ankle) and Travis Swanson (concussion) are already ruled out for the contest, while T.J. Lang (foot) is also listed as questionable.
Cleary (ankle) was a full participant in practice Tuesday.
Cleary returns to practice after missing last Sunday's game due to an ankle injury. Although he is a reserve on the depth chart, Cleary could see an expanded role with T.J. Lang (foot) and Rick Wagner (ankle) nursing injuries.
Cleary (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
Cleary was originally considered questionable for Sunday's tilt after suffering an ankle injury during Wednesday's practice, but he was ultimately ruled out prior to kickoff. The Lions will be thin up front with starting right tackle Ricky Wagner (ankle, back) sidelined as well.
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