Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis is still questionable for Saturday’s game against Colorado.
During Inside Michigan Football with Jim Brandstatter, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh gave an update on the All-American.
"Jourdan was running today, did some things," Harbaugh said. "But we'll have to see as the week goes on."
Lewis was held out during Michigan’s Week 1 victory over Hawaii and then in the Week 2 win over Central Florida. The Wolverines are also waiting to see if defensive end Taco Charlton will return from a Week 1 ankle injury.
"We've got a few guys working through some things, but other than that, I think we've got a team that came out of this past ball game with no injuries," Harbaugh said. "Nobody that played in the ball game sat out (Monday's practice)."
Lewis has been a leader for Michigan since day one but found his groove on the field last season. In 2015, the All-Big Ten performer made 52 tackles and logged two interceptions. Through the first 10 games of his junior year, Lewis has 20 breakups to set a new Michigan record. By the end of the year, he had 21 pass breakups, which beat out the previous record of 18 breakups by Marlin Jackson in 2002 and Leon Hall in 2006.