After missing last week's game, Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush vowed that he would be back this week. So far, Bush appears to be on track to carry through on his guarantee. Bush practiced fully on Wednesday, and the only sign of his injury was a sleeve on his left knee, according to Dave Birkett. Other than that, he looks good to go, and he reiterated that he is going to play against the Chicago Bears.
In other injury news, wide receiver Patrick Edwards and offensive tackle Jason Fox returned to practice on Wednesday. Edwards missed Sunday's game with an ankle injury, and it would be big to get him back considering that Nate Burleson is out with a broken arm. It'd also be nice to have Fox available again considering he's been out with a groin injury since early on in the Lions' Week 1 game. There's no word on if he would return as the starting right tackle over Corey Hilliard, though.
Safety Don Carey also returned to practice for the Lions. He's been out since Week 1 as well (with a hamstring injury), and his return would give a boost to the Lions' special teams and their overall depth at safety.
Here's the Lions' full injury report for Wednesday:
RB Reggie Bush (knee) - Fully practiced
WR Calvin Johnson (knee) - Did not practice
WR Patrick Edwards (ankle) - Limited in practice
WR Nate Burleson (forearm) - Did not practice
OT Jason Fox (groin) - Limited in practice
OG Rob Sims (shoulder) - Did not practice
DE Ziggy Ansah (abdomen) - Limited in practice
LB DeAndre Levy (abdomen) - Limited in practice
LB Ashlee Palmer (ankle) - Limited in practice
S Don Carey (hamstring) - Limited in practice
S Louis Delmas (knee) - Did not practice