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The Detroit Lions selected Ndamukong Suh with the second overall pick back in the day, and he proceeded to be as impressive as he was polarizing since the beginning.
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Resilience is the mark of any good team, and if the Detroit Lions are to rebound from a 4-12 record in 2012, they'll have to show more than a little of it.
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Ziggy Ansah and the rest of the Lions' 2013 draft class got a tour of Ford Field as part of the team's rookie orientation program Monday.
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June 11, 2013; Allen Park, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush during mini camp at Lions training facility.
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This is one of those dead times in the Detroit Lions' schedule. The time between the close of minicamps and the opening of training camp.
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That seems to be the consensus opinion when it comes to the discussion of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and a possible contract extension.
14 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Detroit Lions safety Don Carey stretches at the start of practice in Allen Park in November 2012.
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Between coming off a 10-6 season, and near-monthly player arrests, the Lions news cycle was busier than it should have been last year - and mostly in bad ways.
18 hrs ago | MLive.com
Whether it's fair or not, the public has largely made up its mind about Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
Kris Durham is a hugely underrated, overly criticized and extremely athletic WR that could upgrade our Receiving corps.
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Lions' lead writer Tim Twentyman took to Twitter to answer 10 questions, including thoughts on Glover Quin, linebacker competition and the biggest surprise of OTAs Each and every week this offseason, I'll try and answer questions on the minds of Lions fans via my Twitter account @ttwentyman .
In 2011 the Detroit Lions went 10-6 just three years after going winless - the first team in NFL history to do so.
Stafford stayed in Michigan instead of working out elsewhere this year. He used that time to workout and study film in order to become a better passer.
Yes, they were not wearing pads, but speed is speed and the Lions have it all over the place.
As the Lions head off for a five-week hiatus, I leave you with some final observations from the 10-week offseason program.
It ain't all bad news for Detroit! The next step should be re-inventing Hart Plaza in the guise of... Lions defensive end Jason Jones talks with teammates while stretching at the start of practice Wednesday in Allen Park.