Tabor is inactive for Monday night's game against the Giants.
Tabor, the Lions' second-round draft pick, is a healthy scratch for the second time in as many weeks. While it seems he's been slow to acclimate to the professional level, the Lions' respectable depth at corner is likely also playing a part in the team's decision to delay Tabor's professional debut.
Tabor (hamstring) was taken off the non-football injury list Saturday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
The rookie out of Florida will be ready for action when camp begins Sunday after being removed from the NFI. Tabor, a second-round selection, will be battling for a role behind Detroit's top two corners, Darius Slay and Nevin Lawson.
Tabor dealt with a minor hamstring injury earlier in the offseason, but the issue appears to be lingering for the 2017 second-round draft pick. He'll be able to return to the practice field once he's medically cleared.
Tabor (hamstring) participated during Tuesday's OTA, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports.
Tabor's hamstring injury was originally expected to keep him sidelined until training camp in late July, but he's already back practicing with the Lions as OTAs wrap up. The second-round pick snagged his first interception of the offseason program Tuesday over starting receiver Marvin Jones and has flashed additional signs of potentially providing the team's defense with another playmaker.
Tabor is nursing an injured hamstring and isn't certain to be ready in time for training camp, MLive.com's Kyle Meinke reports.
Tabor has been tending to an ailing hamstring since the pre-draft process, which might help explain his surprisingly low 40-yard dash times. He's expected to be limited by the injury for at least a couple more weeks now and it appears he could be in danger of missing the onset of training camp in late July.
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