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Detroit Lions injury report: Trey Flowers returns to practice, but still in protocol

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There’s still a chance Flowers returns to play after missing just one game.

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The Detroit Lions only had a walkthrough on Tuesday, as they try to turn around the short week to prepare for Thursday’s NFC North game against the Chicago Bears. For the Lions, Tuesday’s injury report provided a few optimistic notes.

First and foremost, Trey Flowers returned to practice, albeit on a limited basis. Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia confirmed that Flowers remains in concussion protocol, but by returning to practice Tuesday, Flowers could be on track to return this week with one practice remaining in the week.

Additionally, Frank Ragnow was upgraded from limited to full practice on Tuesday. He, too, is working through concussion protocol, but as long as he suffers no setbacks, he appears on track to return on Thursday after missing just one game.

The rest of the Lions’ injury report is identical the Mondays. Still no Jamal Agnew, Marvin Hall, Rashaan Melvin, or Matthew Stafford. Here’s a look at the full injury report for Tuesday.

Tuesday injury report

CB Jamal Agnew (ankle) - No practice
WR Marvin Hall (foot) - No practice
CB Rashaan Melvin (ribs) - No practice
QB Matthew Stafford (hip/back) - No practice
DE Trey Flowers (concussion) - Limited practice
QB Jeff Driskel (hamstring) - Limited practice
DT Da’Shawn Hand (ankle) - Limited practice
DT Damon Harrison Sr. (knee) - Limited practice
TE T.J. Hockenson (shoulder) - Limited practice
P Sam Martin (abdomen) - Limited practice
S Tracy Walker (knee) - Limited practice
C Frank Ragnow (concussion) - Full practice
G Kenny Wiggins (knee) - Full practice