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Third-year coach Jim Schwartz is in a similar situation in Detroit. He’s on the cusp of delivering a successful season to a city in desperate need of morale. He has skilled players in skill positions. He finished the 2010 season winning four of the Lions’ last five; now he’s sitting on his hands. He’ll stay busy. He’ll find a reason to spend an ungodly amount of hours working towards the cause. Unfortunately, he’s in the League Limbo.
South Carolina State offensive tackle Johnny Culbreath is scheduled to visit the Washington Redskins and the Detroit Lions, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.
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