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If we’re to stick strictly to the metaphor here, a team that always finishes in ICU was at least hobbling around one of the more respectable rehabilitation wards when the 2010 season ended.
He has conducted a private workout for the Browns previously, also working out for the Jacksonville Jaguars and an undisclosed AFC team as well as the New York Jets, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins and the Detroit Lions.
23. Matt Stafford, Detroit Lions – (13th pick) – His throwing shoulder keeps getting hurt, which is really scary. I hope he doesn’t suffer a Chad Pennington like career, but he seems well on his way to that. Too bad because he started to look like he was turning a corner before that injury last year.
Shortly after the NFL lockout began on March 12, the Lions announced no plans to reduce staffing or cut their employees’ salaries. A month later, with little negotiating progress made between owners and players, the Lions have made plans for cost-saving measures.
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