Did vert and broad jumps, and was great in pass catching drills.
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10/20/14 - WR Calvin Johnson was inactive for the second consecutive game Sunday due to an ankle injury. His status for this week is unclear.
10/19/14 - WR Calvin Johnson, Detroit's perennial All-Pro receiver, missed his second straight game with a high ankle sprain but Detroit (5-2) remained in a first-place tie with the Green Bay Packers in NFC North.
"We're finding ways to win," said Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who threw the touchdown passes.
10/15/14 - WR Calvin Johnson said he still feels pain from a high-ankle sprain he's been dealing with since Week 3, and if Johnson has his way, he won't return until he's 100 percent.
"There's no point in being on the field if I can't go out there and do what I've got to do and do it to a high level that I'm used to doing it at," he said Wednesday.
Johnson missed Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings, and his ankle could keep him out for the Week 7 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. He hasn't done any on-field work since aggravating the injury in Week 5 against the Bills - a game in which he sat the second half - and has been doing mostly ankle strengthening and balance exercises.
Despite dealing with knee and finger injuries in 2013 and the ankle now, the 29 year old said he's not yet worried about his long-term health. Instead, he's focused on improving the ankle now so he can stay on the field whenever he does return.
"It's the bigger picture," he said. "You want to be smart about it because if you go out there and you do this again, then you put yourself down for even longer. Like I said, it's just trying to be smart so we can manage the thing and finish the season strong."
There's a chance he'll sit the next two games, including Week 8 against the Atlanta Falcons in London, to give his ankle a full month to recover. Johnson last played Oct. 5 against the Buffalo Bills, and with a bye week after the Falcons game, the Lions don't play until a Nov. 9 matchup with the Miami Dolphins.
"The more and more we can stay off that particular area, the faster it'll heal," he said.
10/06/14 - WR Calvin Johnson is unlikely to play next week due to an ankle injury.
10/01/14 - WR Calvin Johnson missed practice Wednesday with an ankle injury, but said he's "definitely better" than last week.