The Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett said "in all likelihood" Riley Reiff will remain the Lions' left tackle this season.
Lions GM Bob Quinn said Riley Reiff remains the team's left tackle "as of right now."
According to the Detroit Free Press, "some in the organization" believe LT Riley Reiff needs to be moved to right tackle.
Lions GM Bob Quinn said LT Riley Reiff will be back with the team this season.
Lions OC Joe Lombardi said the plan is for Riley Reiff to stay at left tackle.
Lions GM Martin Mayhew confirmed Friday he is "very comfortable" with Riley Reiff staying at left tackle.
The Lions will exercise LT Riley Reiff's fifth-year team option for 2016, valued at $8.07 million.
The Lions have not decided whether to exercise OT Riley Reiff's fifth-year option.
Lions OL Riley Reiff will remain at tackle for 2015, but coach Jim Caldwell is undecided which side he'll play.
Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official website expects OT Riley Reiff's fifth-year option to be picked up.
Lions GM Martin Mayhew said OT Riley Reiff is not "locked in" at left tackle.
Lions LT Riley Reiff (hyperextended knee) is expected to return for Week 14.
Lions LT Riley Reiff (knee) is inactive for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Bears.
The knee injury Lions LT Riley Reiff sustained Sunday is not considered serious.