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The Detroit Lions completed their three-day mandatory minicamp on Thursday.

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The Detroit Lions have completed their offseason training program. They brought this portion of the offseason to a close on Thursday with the final practice of their three-day mandatory minicamp, and they are now off until training camp begins toward the end of July.

For Thursday's minicamp practice, Rob Sims returned to action after being sidelined on Wednesday. Everybody else who missed practice on Wednesday was also out on Thursday, though. Via Josh Katzenstein, here's the full rundown:

Sidelined from practice

RB Joique Bell
RB Mikel Leshoure
WR Golden Tate
WR Kevin Ogletree
DE Ziggy Ansah

Absent from practice

WR TJ Jones
LB Stephen Tulloch
CB Chris Houston

The good news here is that it doesn't sound like any serious injuries occurred during this minicamp or the rest of the offseason training program. A few teams have already had to deal with season-ending injuries, but the Lions luckily haven't had any issues like that so far this offseason. There are a few guys still recovering from offseason surgery or minor bumps and bruises, but that's pretty normal for this time of year.