ALLEN PARK — Reggie Bush appeared to be practicing at full-speed today (Wednesday) in the portion of Lions’ practice open to the media. Bush sat out Sunday’s game with a knee injury.
Also wide receiver Pat Edwards (ankle), who also missed Sunday’s game, was participating in practice.
Wide receiver Ryan Broyles, who played his first game Sunday coming off ACL surgery, also worked at practice.
Broyles and Edwards are key with Nate Burleson out at least indefinitely with a broken arm.
Calvin Johnson was on the field, but not participating. His injury is unknown but Jim Schwartz said on Monday there were no long-term injuries as a result of Sunday’s game.
Jason Fox (groin) returned to practice for the first time in two week after he was injured in the opening game.
Ziggy Ansah who had to leave Sunday’s game briefly with an undetermined injury was also practicing.
Louis Delmas (knee) was not on the field. He also missed practice last Wednesday and Friday, then played in 100 percent of the defensive snaps on Sunday.
Rob Sims was on the field, but not participating.
Of course, Burleson was absent. He is undergoing surgery today on his broken arm.
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