Adrian Amos returns to practice, Jaire Alexander full participant on Thursday

Two starting members of the Green Bay Packers secondary took meaningful steps towards playing in London against the New York Giants during Thursday’s practice, the last before the team flies overseas for Sunday’s Week 5 showdown.

Safety Adrian Amos returned to practice in a limited capacity, meaning he took a step forward in the concussion protocol and could still play Sunday. He suffered the head injury in the first half of last week’s win over the Patriots.

Cornerback Jaire Alexander was upgraded from a limited participant on Wednesday to a full participant on Thursday, suggesting he’s on track to return after missing last week with a groin injury.

The only bad sign on Thursday’s injury report was for rookie Devonte Wyatt, who didn’t practice while dealing with a quadriceps injury. He’s been nothing more than a rotational player during the first four games of his NFL career and now could be inactive for Week 5.

Veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis got a rest day. Left tackle David Bakhtiari, right tackle Elgton Jenkins, center Josh Myers, receiver Allen Lazard and safety Tariq Carpenter were all limited again.

The Giants upgraded two players on the injury report but still had six non-participants on Thursday. Quarterback Daniel Jones was limited again but looks capable of playing Sunday.

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Story originally appeared on Packers Wire