T.J. Hockenson and Aidan Hutchinson are dealing with injuries.

The Detroit Lions added Hockenson to the injury report with a hip injury, while Hutchinson did not participate in practice on Wednesday per Kyle Meinke of Mlive.

The Lions listed Hockenson as a limited participant during Wednesday’s practice in preparation for Week 3’s matchup against the Minnesota Vikings.

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Hockenson played in 54 total snaps Sunday in Detriot’s win over the Washington Commanders. As a receiver, he totaled 3 catches off 7 targets for 26 yards. He also contributed as a run blocker, helping the team tally 191 rushing yards off 24 carries.

This season, Hockenson has recorded 7 catches off 14 targets for 64 yards. Last season, the 6-5, 244-pound tight end finished with 61 receptions for 583 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Hockenson is 1 of 2 B1G standouts that could be inactive this week against the Lions’ NFC North rival. Former Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson did not practice Wednesday as he currently is dealing with a thigh injury.

Last week, Hutchinson made headlines with a 3-sack performance against Washington Commanders’ quarterback Carson Wentz to go along with 6 total tackles. For his efforts, Hutchinson was named a finalist for NFL Rookie of the Week.

Drafted by the hometown team No. 2 overall in April, Hutchinson finished last season with 62 total tackles, 16.5 tackles for losses, and 14 sacks. He was named a first-team All-American and Heisman finalist for his efforts and helped Michigan make the College Football Playoff for the first time in program history.

Kickoff Sunday is at noon E.T against the Minnesota Vikings.