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Evan Dietrich-Smith doesn’t think about Suh stomp anymore

Evan Dietrich-Smith doesn’t think about Suh stomp anymore

profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Updated Nov 13, 2012
The Packers will be in Detroit this weekend, leading some to remember their last November trip to the Motor City. That was last Thanksgiving, of course, and it was when Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh stomped on Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith at…
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  • NFC North chat alert

    NFC North chat alert

    ESPN.com Nov 13, 2012
    Our weekly SportsNation chat can veer in whatever direction you choose. The condition of the Chicago Bears with a concussed quarterback? Sure. The chances of the Green Bay Packers overtaking the Bears with an injury list longer than a kite string? Total…
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  • BBAO: Lions shuffling secondary

    BBAO: Lions shuffling secondary

    ESPN.com Nov 13, 2012
    We're Black and Blue All Over: After giving up 221 passing yards to one of the NFL's weakest passing offenses, the Detroit Lions are shuffling their secondary this week. Monday evening, they released veteran cornerback Alphonso Smith and claimed cornerb…
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  • Lions Ink CB Pat Lee, Release CB Alphonso Smith

    Lions Ink CB Pat Lee, Release CB Alphonso Smith

    lionsgab.com Nov 13, 2012
    A day after their loss to the Vikings, the Lions made a roster move, claiming cornerback Pat Lee off waivers, and releasing cornerback Alphonso Smith. Lee is no stranger to the team the Lions play this week in the Green Bay Packers, as he was their seco…
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  • Bob Wojnowski: Lions wobbling between fraudulence and relevance

    Bob Wojnowski: Lions wobbling between fraudulence and relevance

    detnews.com Nov 13, 2012
    If the Lions aren't frauds, now would be the time to show it. It starts Sunday against the Packers or it doesn't start at all. Until we see otherwise, the Lions are the least-productive productive team in football, piling up fancy numbers to d…
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