The Lions got an important part of their defensive line back at practice today with the return of defensive tackle Corey Williams.
Williams has missed the last two games since undergoing knee surgery Sept. 25. In the locker room after practice Wednesday, Williams said he was feeling better and was taking it “day-to-day.”
The Lions will release the first injury report of the week today 4 p.m. on Detroitlions.com.
Cornerbacks Bill Bentley (shoulder) and Jacob Lacey (concussion) were not at practice. Both players left Sunday’s win in Philadelphia and did not return.
Safety Louis Delmas didn’t participate in the portion of practice open to the media. Delmas started his first game of the season in Philadelphia and played well with seven tackles, two tackles for loss and an interception. He practiced Wednesday, so Thursday might have just been a day of rest.
Defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch was given his weekly day of rest and did not practice.
Receiver Nate Burleson and linebacker DeAndre Levy returned to practice after not practicing on Wednesday.
Tags: Bill Bentley, Corey Williams, Jacob Lacey
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