Lions Activate Ronnell Lewis From PUP List On Day 2 Of Training Camp

ALLEN PARK, MI - MAY 12: Ronnell Lewis #97 of the Detroit Lions does a drill during a rookie mini camp at the Detroit Lions Headquarters and Training Facility on May 12, 2012 in Allen Park, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Detroit Lions defensive end Ronnell Lewis wasn't on the PUP list for long. The Lions placed him in the PUP list on Tuesday due to back tightness. It wasn't a serious injury by any means, but the Lions put him on the PUP list just in case it became a long-term injury.

On Saturday, Lewis was removed from the PUP list by the Lions, and he made his practice debut. Chris McCosky tweeted that Lewis still looked stiff, but that's to be expected if he has been dealing with back tightness. The good news is he was able to practice.

With Lewis off the PUP list, only fellow rookie Chris Greenwood and running back Jahvid Best are on it for the Lions.

Both Ryan Broyles and Jonathan Scott remain on the non-football injury list. Broyles thinks he could be cleared "any day now," and Scott is on the NFI list because he is behind in conditioning.

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