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Detroit Lions, Brian Urlacher not a good fit
Paula Pasche – The Oakland Press
For the life of me I don’t understand sports fans and their total fascination with big name players and coaches. Especially those on the back end of their careers.
Please, please stop the chatter about getting middle linebacker Brian Urlacher to the Detroit Lions.
What is it about big-name players and coaches that makes intelligent fans totally unreasonable?
In 2012, the Arizona Cardinals led the NFL in quarterbacks used as they started four different players underneath center. Now things are absolute chaos in Arizona as they have since released Kevin Kolb from the team. Going in a different direction, first-year head coach Bruce Arians is apparently sold on someone who has just four professional starts to his name.
Barring a drastic change, Drew Stanton is going to be the Cardinals starting quarterback when the 2013 NFL season begins.
Eight in the Box: FA winners or losers?
Kevin Seifert – ESPN.com
Detroit Lions: The NFC North’s most active offseason team has added three new starters in running back Reggie Bush, defensive end Jason Jones and safety Glover Quin.
East Coast Diversified Corporation (OTC.BB:ECDCD), parent company of StudentConnect, announced today that NFL defensive tackle Andre Fluellen, currently with the Detroit Lions, is partnering with StudentConnect to help make sure kids are safe when they ride on the school bus.
StudentConnect’s technology provides real-time alerts to parents and school officials when a student fails to get on the school bus, or exits the school bus at the wrong stop, or any other anomaly that may occur during transit. In addition it provides other safety features such as monitoring driver’s behavior, speeding, harsh driving etc. StudentConnect uses a proprietary technology for wireless communication between GPS and Passive RFID to deliver the messages.
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