Lions minicamp: Reggie Bush fine after tweaking ankle

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush tweaked his ankle on Wednesday, but he's thankfully okay.

The Detroit Lions got their first scare of this week's minicamp on Wednesday when running back Reggie Bush went down with what appeared to be an ankle injury. According to the Detroit News' Josh Katzenstein, Bush planted awkwardly on his left foot and had a "slight limp" after staying down for a few seconds.

The good news is this was merely a scare. Bush apparently didn't do any real damage, because he returned after taking a play off, according to Mike O'Hara. Later, after practice was over, Bush said he simply tweaked his ankle "a little bit." He also said that his ankle is "fine" and he's "good."

In other injury news, the Lions got defensive end Ronnell Lewis back at practice on Wednesday. He was out on Tuesday, but his injury wasn't serious enough to sideline him for back-to-back days.

The Lions were missing wide receiver Brian Robiskie, offensive lineman Leroy Harris, offensive lineman Bill Nagy, cornerback Jonte Green and safety Louis Delmas on Wednesday. Also, it seems that offensive guard Larry Warford may have gotten banged up during Wednesday's practice.

Let's hope that like Bush, Warford is fine and whatever he is dealing with isn't anything serious.

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