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    Lions’ Hockenson and Sewell good to go; Dalvin Cook out for Vikings

    Minneapolis — The Detroit Lions had five key players, including tight end T.J. Hockenson and rookie offensive tackle Penei Sewell, listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s matchup with the Minnesota Vikings, but all five are medically cleared and active for the contest. 

    Hockenson (knee), Sewell (ankle), defensive end Trey Flowers (knee) and running backs D’Andre Swift (groin) and Jamaal Williams (hip) will each play in the divisional road game. 

    While Flowers and the running backs practiced throughout the week, Hockenson and Sewell both missed Wednesday’s practice, with the offensive lineman sitting out Thursday’s session, as well. But by Friday, coach Dan Campbell indicated both were trending in a positive direction and would have a chance to play against Minnesota. 

    Hockenson, the third-year tight end coming off his first Pro Bowl season, is leading the Lions with 215 receiving yards this season. Sewell, who kicked over from right tackle to the left side ahead of the season-opener after Taylor Decker suffered a finger injury requiring surgery, has played 100% of Detroit’s offensive snaps this season. 

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