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Allen Park — Kenny Golladay is making positive progress toward a return, but the Lions rookie receiver is unlikely to play Monday night against the Green Bay Packers.

He returned to practice Saturday, in a limited capacity. It was the first time he’s practiced since suffering a setback with his hamstring injury last week. Not surprisingly, he’s been ruled doubtful for Monday’s game.

Golladay hasn’t appeared in a Game since Week 3, when he strained the hamstring in a loss to the Atlanta Falcons. In three games with the Lions, the third-round pick has seven receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns.

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Only offensive tackle Greg Robinson has been ruled out against the Packers. That leaves Brian Mihalik in line for a second consecutive start at the blindside.

There remains a slight possibility left tackle Taylor Decker could be added to the active roster before Monday night’s game against the Green Bay Packers. He returned to practice Wednesday after spending the first seven weeks of the season on the physically unable to perform list, following offseason shoulder surgery.

The team has until 4 p.m. on Monday to make the decision.

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