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Anyone who says today’s NFL players don’t have an appreciation for those who came before them should have witnessed the Detroit Lions visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame last night. Coach Jim Schwartz secretly arranged for the team to visit the Hall Thursday. The team busses took an hour detour en route to Cleveland for tonight’s preseason game to visit us.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Detroit Lions were the only NFC North team to send a representative to Saturday’s pro day workout of former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
The greatest defensive tackle in Lions history had a nose for the quarterback. He had to, because he couldn’t see the passer.
Alex Karras, the Golden Greek (aka Tippy Toes), had the eyesight of Mr. Magoo but the olfactory nerves of a shark in blood-tinged waters
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Topics: Detroit Lions, Ndamukong Suh, Terrelle Pryor