Joique Bell (ankle, Achilles') was seen running on the side of Lions practice Monday.
Lions coach Jim Caldwell used the phrase, "Sometimes, you don't know" when asked about Joique Bell's (Achilles'/knee) timetable for return.
Coach Jim Caldwell offered no timetable for Joique Bell's (knee, Achilles') return at Lions camp Friday.
Despite Joique Bell's (Achilles'/knee) continued absence from the practice field, the Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett expects Bell to open the season as the "Lions' primary starting running back."
Lions placed RB Joique Bell on the active/PUP list.
ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein says there seems to be more concern with Joique Bell's health this year than in 2014.
According to the Lions' website, the team envisions Joique Bell and rookie Ameer Abdullah as a "one-two punch."
Joique Bell said he's "going to rush for over 1,200 yards."
The Lions aren't sure if Joique Bell (Achilles', knee) will be in shape by training camp.
Joique Bell has remained out of this week's OTAs while recovering from offseason Achilles' and knee surgeries.
Joique Bell (knee, Achilles') is sitting out Lions OTAs.
ESPN Lions reporter Mike Rothstein said Detroit "envisions" Joique Bell as the primary running back.
The Lions' website expects the team to add "speed and a big-play threat" to their running back stable in the draft.
Joique Bell (knee, Achilles) expects to be ready for OTAs.