ALLEN PARK, Mich. - The first injury report released by the Lions confirms speculation about Ziggy Ansah's absence from the last 12 practices.
The Lions rookie defensive end suffered a concussion August 24, and was listed as one of two players on the injury report.
Louis Delmas (knee) was limited in practice, according to the release.
Ansah ran with a trainer at Wednesday's practice. It was the second time he was seen on the field since he was absent for 10 workouts. On August 25, he left during stretching with a towel over his head, one day after suffering the concussion.
Jim Schwartz has maintained a 'no comment' stance when asked about Ansah's absence the last two weeks.
Brad Galli is a Sports Reporter for WXYZ Detroit. Follow Brad on Twitter @BradGalli
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