ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Running back Mikel Leshoure returned to practice Wednesday for the Detroit Lions.
Well, sort of.
Leshoure took part in the individual drills early on, but again sat out the team portion of practice because of an injured right hamstring.
Leshoure, who missed all of last season because of a torn Achilles' tendon, suffered the hamstring injury on the second day of training camp, July 28, and had missed 13 full practices.
He gets only partial credit from coach Jim Schwartz for his appearance Wednesday.
"Being back in individual isn't being back on the field yet," Schwartz said.
The Lions, who travel to Baltimore Thursday for a Friday night preseason game, don't have a full practice again until Sunday.
Leshoure said the plan going into Wednesday was only to test the hamstring during the individual segment.
"It went well," Leshoure said. "I didn't do much. But my hamstring felt good. It felt good to be back out there.
"I'm just taking it day by day. It's some...