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Leslie Frazier: Lions’ special teams flaws were “obvious,” now fixed
profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 7, 2012
When the Lions and Vikings met in Week Four, Minnesota’s Percy Harvin returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, and Marcus Sherels later returned a punt for a touchdown on the way to a 20-13 win. When the Lions and Vikings meet again on Sunday, MinnUpvote Share Tweet
A month ago we noted that Lions center Dominic Raiola had become angry when informed that the Lions were the subject of criticism from unnamed league executives. Now Raiola has been hit with more anonymous criticism, and he’s once again fired up about iUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Nov 7, 2012Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin was on crutches Monday, telling reporters he was a long shot to play Sunday against the Detroit Lions because of a sprained ankle. By Wednesday, coach Leslie Frazier was expressing optimism to reporters in both Mi…Upvote Share Tweet
Lions shut down cornerback Chris GreenwoodThree weeks ago, Lions rookie cornerback Chris Greenwood emerged from the Physically Unable to Perform list, joining practice. But now the Lions have decided he’s not ready to suit up and play. Via the Detroit News, the Lions have announced that GreenwoUpvote Share TweetAfter missing three games following his third concussion of the year, Jaguars receiver Laurent Robinson caught a season-high six passes on Sunday against the Lions. He was concerned that he may have suffered yet another brain injury. “I was a little nerUpvote Share Tweet