Detroit Lions right guard Graham Glasgow is dealing with a back injury Will Harris Detroit Lions Jersey , per the team’s injury report on Wednesday. Glasgow was unable to finish Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, and he was not healthy enough to practice on Wednesday. Lions head coach Matt Patricia seemed to indicate his absence was precautionary.“Graham Glasgow is actually a little sore today, so he’s not going to practice,” Patricia said prior to Wednesday’s practice. “We’re in pads, so we’re just going to keep him out of that.”If he isn’t able to go this week, Kenny Wiggins—who has been getting regular time at guard through a constant rotation—would likely get the start. Elsewhere on the injury report, cornerback Darius Slay was limited with the hamstring injury that held him out of practice and the Giants game last week. Mike Daniels, too, was limited, as he tries to work his way back from a foot injury that has held him out since Week 3. Matthew Stafford (hip) and Damon Harrison Sr. (groin) were limited as they deal with some nagging injuries. The Oakland Raiders’ practice report isn’t out yet, but they could be hurting big time at center. Starter Rodney Hudson did not practice and is expected to miss some time, but backup center Andre James also missed practice. Tuesday, the Raiders signed former Wolverine center Erik Magnuson to add some depth. Magnuson has played in eight career games and made three career starts. UPDATE: Raiders head coach Jon Gruden told the Lions media during a conference call that Raiders guard Richie Incognito would slide to center if Hudson and James can’t go. Lions injury reportG Graham Glasgow (back) - No practiceDT Da’Shawn Hand (excuse absence) - No practiceS Tracy Walker (knee) - No practiceDT Mike Daniels (foot) - Limited practiceCB Amani Oruwariye (knee) - Limited practiceCB Darius Slay (hamstring) - Limited practiceDT Damon Harrison Sr. (groin) - Full practiceQB Matthew Stafford (hip) - Full practiceRaiders injury report:(not out yet) The offense finished OTAs ahead of the defense." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhitePride Of Detroita Detroit Lions communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryLionsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Detroit Lions NewsDetroit Lions NotesDetroit Lions AnalysisDetroit Lions TransactionsDetroit Lions Game RecapsFiled under:Detroit Lions NewsDetroit Lions AnalysisDetroit Lions final OTA observations: Offense finishes strong over defenseNew,17commentsThe offense finished OTAs ahead of the defense. EDTShareTweetShareShareDetroit Lions final OTA observations: Offense finishes strong over defenseRaj Mehta-USA TODAY SportsThe Detroit Lions wrapped up their organized team activities on a cool Thursday morning. We were on hand to watch their final practice before training camp, so here are our final OTA observations for 2019.Participation Practice was a little lighter than normal Will Harris Jersey 2019 , and not just because Michael Roberts had been traded to New England. Marvin Jones Jr. and Kenny Golladay remained sidelined from team activities, but on Thursday receivers Tommylee Lewis and Chris Lacy joined them. Both of those depth receivers were injured earlier in the month and neither participated in individual drills on Thursday.The running back squad was equally trimmed, as both Theo Riddick and C.J. Anderson were nowhere to be found. Finally, there were a couple new names on the defensive side of the ball. Starting linebacker Christian Jones did not participate, and appeared to be sporting a slight limp. That left second-round rookie Jahlani Tavai to start at the will linebacker spot all practice. Depth cornerback Marcus Cooper didn’t appear to be present on Thursday. In positive injury news, rookie tight end Isaac Nauta appears to be close to a full return. He didn’t participate in team drills, but he did more during positional drills than I’ve seen in the past. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s a full go at the start of training camp.Offensive line updateFor most of the day, the Lions utilized their most recent offensive front: Taylor Decker, Oday Aboushi, Frank Ragnow, Joe Dahl and Rick Wagner. However, during some red zone drills, they were back to having Kenny Wiggins and Graham Glasgow with the ones. Also, newly signed center Luke Bowanko got some playing time with the second-team offense.T.J. Hockenson dominatesAll day, it looked like T.J. Hockenson was unguardable. He was especially lethal in red zone drills Will Harris Jersey Mens , where it looked like he pulled in at least three touchdowns on the day. However, it was fellow tight end Logan Thomas who had one of the best plays of practice. In another goal line drill, Thomas somehow managed to out-jump Tracy Walker’s arms and pull down an impressive catch.It was very easy to see why the Lions moved on from Michael Roberts on Thursday, as Detroit’s tight ends were at their best. However, I did see a couple of drops from Jerome Cunningham.Two big plays If not the Thomas catch, there were two other candidates for Play of the Day. The first came from running back Kerryon Johnson, who burned Tavon Wilson on a route out of the backfield. The pass came up a little short, giving Wilson the opportunity to recover, but Johnson elevated over the safety and pulled down what would’ve been around a 40-yard completion. The other play came from rookie wideout Travis Fulgham, who outjumped Mike Ford for a big completion that drew some noise from the sidelines. The play put the Lions offense in a first-and-goal situation, and to Ford’s credit, he broke up a pass to Fulgham just two plays later. Ty Johnson is, indeed, very fastWhile we’re on Lions sixth-round picks, Johnson had an opportunity to get more reps on Thursday with Riddick and Anderson out Youth Will Harris Jersey , and he certainly did make an impression. During one set of plays, Johnson was able to easily outrun the Lions’ second-team defense to the edge and pick up potential big gains.It’s hard to know if Johnson is versatile enough to win a roster spot come September, but he did well for himself on the last day of OTAs.Random notes:During special teams drills, it was neat to see the entire offensive line take a knee in front of a video screen and basically have an impromptu film session of the plays they just ran.Teez Tabor did have another interception on Thursday on an overthrown deep ball from Matthew Stafford. Tabor wasn’t particularly good the rest of practice, however.That interception came on a fourth-and-10 situation from the offense, who just had a brutal set of plays leading up to that moment. In frustration, Danny Amendola threw his helmet from the middle of the end zone all the way to the sidelines. Despite that string of plays, the offense mostly had the defense’s number all morning. After the offense beat the defense on a red zone drill, Kerryon Johnson was visibly teasing Tracy Walker, who had to do burpees with the rest of the defense. Quandre Diggs took a rep as a punt returner, which was the first time I’ve seen that this offseason. Diggs did have two punt returns last season.