Rookie defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi is among the players who'll be inactive for the Browns (0-8) when they face the Detroit Lions (4-4) at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Starting left tackle Taylor Decker will be active for the Lions after missing the first eight games of the season with a shoulder injury. He'll face Browns rookie defensive end and No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett, who's back after missing one game with a concussion. Garrett leads the Browns with four sacks despite playing only three games.

Ogunjobi was listed as questionable to play entering the weekend, but he'll miss his second consecutive game with a groin injury. A backup third-round draft pick, Ogunjobi has compiled 12 tackles in seven games this season.

Quarterback Kevin Hogan, cornerback Darius Hillary, offensive lineman Marcus Martin, wide receiver Kasen Williams, tight end Matt Lengel and defensive tackle T.Y. McGill will be healthy scratches for the Browns.

For the Lions, starting defensive end Ezekiel Ansah (back) will be inactive along with starting right guard T.J. Lang (concussion), rookie linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin (ankle), safety Don Carey (knee), rookie cornerback Teez Tabor, running back Zach Zenner and rookie running back Tion Green. Rookie receiver Kenny Golladay (hamstring) will be active after missing the past five games and being listed as questionable entering the weekend.