Lions' Bush practices, questionable for Sunday

The Sports NetworkSeptember 20, 2013 

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush returned to the practice field on Friday, though his status remains up in the air for this weekend's game against the Washington Redskins.

Bush exited last week's 25-21 loss at Arizona in the second quarter after taking a shot to his left knee and was held out of the previous two day's sessions before taking part on a limited basis on Friday. The Lions have termed him questionable to face the Redskins.

The offseason acquisition had a terrific debut for Detroit in Week 1, compiling 191 yards from scrimmage that included a 77-yard touchdown catch in the club's 34-24 win over Minnesota.

Defensive tackle Nick Fairley, who sat out the Arizona game with a shoulder injury, is also questionable after being a limited practice participant during the week.

Right offensive tackle Jason Fox is expected to miss a second straight week, however, due to a groin pull he sustained in the season opener. He is listed as doubtful along with reserve safety Don Carey (hamstring).

Wide receiver Patrick Edwards will not play Sunday after spraining his ankle against the Cardinals.

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