Lions' Damon Harrison back at practice; Packers' Davante Adams misses practice
Allen Park — Damon Harrison returned to practice on Thursday for the Lions, while defensive linemate Mike Daniels remained out with a foot injury.
However, Da’Shawn Hand and A’Shawn Robinson were given a rest day in preparation for Monday night’s NFC North matchup at Green Bay.
Hand had his first contact practice Wednesday since suffering an elbow injury in the preseason. He has not played yet in the regular season. Robinson was listed with a knee injury on the injury report.
Daniels appears to be trending toward missing his return meeting with Green Bay, which cut him at the outset of training camp.
Tight end T.J. Hockenson (concussion) was full-go on Wednesday with no setbacks, while defensive backs Quandre Diggs and Darius Slay, who both have hamstring injuries, were practicing Wednesday and Thursday. All three were listed as limited on the official report, as was wide receiver Danny Amendola, who missed the 34-30 loss to Kansas City with a chest injury suffered against Philadelphia.
Rookie cornerback Amani Oruwariye, who made his first career appearance on special teams duty against Kansas City, did not practice because of a knee injury.
After appearing as a limited participant recently with a hip injury, quarterback Matthew Stafford was listed as a full participant on Thursday.
For the Packers, Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams missed practice with the toe injury that kept him out Sunday against Dallas, and safety Darnell Savage missed practice with an ankle injury. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (knee) was among 11 players listed as limited participants. Running back Jamaal Williams (concussion) returned to practice as a full participant after being hospitalized by a hit two weeks ago against Philadelphia.
Matt Schoch is a freelance writer.