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PRACTICE REPORT: CB Chris Houston and WR Calvin Johnson back at practice

Posted Oct 4, 2013

Houston, Johnson and Quin all listed as "questionable" on Friday's injury report

The Detroit Lions got cornerback Chris Houston and receiver Calvin Johnson back on the field Friday for the portion of practice open to the media.

That's certainly good news, but both players' statuses for Sunday's division rivalry in Green Bay is still uncertain.

Both were limited in practice Friday and are listed as "questionable" on the injury report.

Houston and Johnson missed the previous two days of practice; Houston with a hamstring injury and Johnson with a sore knee.

In previous weeks, the Lions have had instances where a player returned to the practice field on a Friday and still didn't play on Sunday. It happened with defensive tackle Nick Fairley, running back Reggie Bush and right tackle Jason Fox already this year, so we'll have to wait and see until Sunday and their pregame workouts to see if they can go or not.

Safety Glover Quin, who missed practice on Wednesday and was limited both Thursday and Friday with an ankle injury, is also listed as questionable.

Receiver Patrick Edwards (ankle) and Fox (groin), who have missed multiple games due to their injures, are listed as probable.

Also probable are: defensive end Ziggy Ansah (abdomen), safety Louis Delmas (knee), defensive end Israel Idonije (hamstring), cornerback Rashean Mathis (head), linebacker Ashlee Palmer (ankle) and guard G Rob Sims (shoulder).

Receiver Nate Burleson (forearm) is the only player listed as out for Sunday's game.