In the wake of going unclaimed on waivers on Thursday, 

wide collector Osirus Mitchell returned to the harmed hold rundown of the Green Bay Packers.

Mitchell was deferred/harmed due to a quadriceps injury. 

He will either miss the remainder of the time while on harmed hold in Green Bay 

or arrange a physical issue settlement with the group, which would permit him to sign with another group yet play this year.

Mitchell, who featured in the USFL, endorsed with the Packers on July 25. 

He missed more than seven days of training while at the same time managing a quad issue of obscure seriousness.

As of Friday, Mitchell is the main player on harmed save for the Packers. 

He doesn't represent a mark against the group's 90-man list.

The Packers postponed Mitchell and delivered long snapper Steven Wirtel to make room on the program 

for running back Dexter Williams and wellbeing Micah Abernathy.