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It happens to the best of them.
There is no player that will not find himself replaced on the roster at some point in time; it just happens at different times for different players.
A top defensive line “on paper” means nothing in the NFL.
It’s quite clear that two members of the Detroit Lions’ refurbished defensive line — defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and defensive end Lawrence Jackson — completely understand that.
But his fifth season (2008) in the NFL had him on three different rosters. He spent time with the Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks and the Detroit Lions. After minimal success he joined the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League for the 2009 season.
Former Byrnes and Georgia defensive back Prince Miller, who is currently with the Detroit Lions, is serving as a guest instructor. Coach Miller said it was nice of Prince to return to the area and help with the camp.
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Topics: Detroit Lions, Keary Colbert, Prince Miller