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Lions Gab 2013 NFL Draft Scouting Report: West Virginia QB Geno…

Lions Gab 2013 NFL Draft Scouting Report: West Virginia QB Geno Smith

lionsgab.com Updated Feb 14, 2013
Athleticism: +Excellent size and frame for an NFL quarterback — legit 6’3?. +Has enough bulk to hold up to some hits at the next level. +Added 15 pounds of muscle this off-season. +Strong enough to shrug off would be tacklers. +Decent speed, but certa
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  • Dominic Raiola Agrees To Restructure His Deal With The Lions

    Dominic Raiola Agrees To Restructure His Deal With The Lions

    Dominic Raiola has agreed to restructure the final year of his contract and should return to the Detroit Lions in 2013, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports citing a person familiar with the decision. The person did not wish to be identified, …
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  • Marcus Robertson is the new Lions defensive backs coach

    Marcus Robertson is the new Lions defensive backs coach

    profootballtalk.com Feb 14, 2013
    The Lions found themselves in need of a new defensive backs coach after Tim Walton took the defensive coordinator job in St. Louis earlier this week and it didn’t take them long to fill it. The team announced Thursday that Marcus Robertson would be prom
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  • George Wilson: I think I fit Lions’ needs

    George Wilson: I think I fit Lions’ needs

    profootballtalk.com Feb 14, 2013
    Free agency doesn’t start until March 12, but players released by their 2012 teams are free to start shopping for a new team right away. Safety George Wilson is one of those players and he was in Detroit Thursday to talk to the Lions. There are no repor
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  • Avril unlikely to give Lions hometown discount

    Avril unlikely to give Lions hometown discount

    ESPN.com Feb 14, 2013
    If Cliff Avril remains with the Detroit Lions for next season, it doesn't appear it will come at a hometown discount.
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