A review of the 2010 Lions comes with an asterisk, given that Matthew Stafford missed all but three games.
Detroit Lions former wide receiver Herman Moore, now retired, and youth trainer Chris Fritzsching will visit the school as part of a prize package the students won through a recipe challenge in the NFL and National Dairy Association’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
Players from the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints are among those that have either planned or discussed conducting their own workouts during the lockout.
NFL free agency is expected to be rolled back to four years under the next collective bargaining agreement, but if a Minneapolis judge declares the league’s lockout invalid, play could resume under last year’s rules.
Dick's Sporting Goods presents "Hell Week":
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