The Detroit Lions clearly weren’t the same team offensively without running back Reggie Bush on the field last week against the Washington Redskins. Luckily for Detroit, it looks like they’ll be getting the dynamic rusher back, as Bush was able to return to practice yesterday, according to Tim Twentyman of DetroitLions.com.Reggie Bush, Jason Fox and Patrick Edwards participating in #Lions practice open to media. Calvin Johnson, Louis Delmas and Rob Sims sat out— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) September 25, 2013Bush was sidelined last weekend by a knee injury suffered during the team’s Week 2 matchup. He felt he was ready to suit up for Week 3, but the Lions ultimately decided to hold him out. Detroit was able to win the game without Bush in the backfield, but the offense struggled to move the ball at times, and he was clearly missed.In Bush’s absence, reserve Joique Bell did well, rushing for 63 yards and totaling 69 yards in receptions. Still, you can’t replace Bush, and the Lions are certainly excited that he’s back at practice. Assuming there are no setbacks, Bush should be suiting up this weekend against the Chicago Bears.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?