There wasn't too much notable injury news on Wednesday for the Detroit Lions, which is always a good thing. Players around the league seem to be suffering season-ending injuries left and right, but the Lions have luckily avoided anything serious so far.
Really, the most noteworthy piece of injury news on Wednesday was that linebacker Travis Lewis returned to practice. He had missed two straight practices despite there being a day off in between, but he was back at it on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Ryan Broyles did not take part in Wednesday's practice, according to Paula Pasche. This is the first time he's been held out during training camp this year, which is pretty good considering he's coming back from a torn ACL. It sounds like he was sidelined on Wednesday as a day off more than anything.
Also absent on Wednesday were safety Louis Delmas and cornerbacks Jonte Green and Chris Greenwood. Delmas felt great on Tuesday, but the Lions are continuing to be extra careful with him by managing his reps. As for Green and Greenwood, they are struggling to get back from injuries that have forced them to miss most of camp so far.
The only other notable piece of injury news from Wednesday involved linebacker Tahir Whitehead. Chris McCosky reports that Whitehead got his upper left leg wrapped, but he continued to practice afterward.