Lions injury report

Reggie Bush aggravated an ankle injury last Sunday that had forced him to miss two of the previous three games.

Tim Fuller

Running back Reggie Bush missed practice for the third straight day and is listed as questionable on the Detroit Lions’ injury report for Sunday’s game at Arizona.

Bush aggravated an ankle injury last Sunday that had forced him to miss two of the previous three games.

Offensive guard Larry Warford, as expected, is officially ruled out for this game because of a knee injury that’s likely to keep him out a few weeks.

A total of eight players on the Lions’ report are considered probable, including the three tight ends (Brandon Pettigrew, Eric Ebron and Joseph Fauria), safety James Ihedigbo, offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle and receiver Calvin Johnson.

Ebron (hamstring) missed the last three games, Fauria (ankle) the last six.

Meanwhile, Ihedigbo returned to full practice Friday after sitting out the previous day with a sore back.

For the Cardinals, running back Andre Ellington (foot/hip) was limited in practice all week but he’s listed as probable for Sunday.