Lions injury update: Taylor Decker returns but 5 Lions sit out practice

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As the Detroit Lions prepare for the Week 18 finale against the Minnesota Vikings, the watchful eye on the injury front has a lot to look at in practices.

A day after sitting out with a groin issue on Wednesday, left tackle Taylor Decker was back as a full participant in Thursday’s session in Allen Park.

The two other players who were held out on Wednesday were also out on Thursday. Tight end Brock Wright (hip) and wode receiver Jameson Williams (ankle and illness) missed their second straight day of practice. Wright has been out for the last two weeks.

Center Frank Ragnow and right guard Graham Glasgow both got Thursday off as veteran rest days. Defensive tackle Benito Jones missed Thursday’s session with an undisclosed illness.

The Lions have three players designated to return from injured reserve. Safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson was a full participant, though he’s still not activated. DT Alim McNeill and EDGE James Houston were limited as they effort to return.

Tight end Sam LaPorta was also limited with an ankle injury.

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