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Observations from Detroit Lions rookie minicamp
Justin Rogers – MLive.com
The Detroit Lions concluded a three-day rookie minicamp on Sunday. It was the first taste of professional football for the majority of the 50 players who participated.
Here are some observations from the weekend.
Detroit Lions cautious with Larry Warford’s neck injury
Marc Sessler – NFL.com
The Detroit Lions continue to monitor the health of third-round pick Larry Warford after the guard suffered a neck injury in Saturday’s rookie minicamp practice.
The Detroit Free Press reported that Warford was limited to individual, non-contact drills Sunday after catching an elbow from a teammate one day earlier.
Sibling rivalry brings out the best in Lions rookie Corey Fuller
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press
It was spring break a couple of years ago when new Detroit Lions receiver Corey Fuller got a call summoning him to his parents’ house in Baltimore.
Kendall Fuller, the youngest of four brothers in an athletic family, had proclaimed himself the fastest of the Fullers, and Corey was needed to settle a dispute.
DETROIT LIONS NOTES: Steven Miller buzzes; Devin Taylor digs in; Larry Warford limited
Paula Pasche – The Oakland Press
Steven Miller wasn’t the biggest guy on the field at Detroit Lions rookie minicamp, but he was noticed.
MIller, an undrafted rookie free agent running back from Appalachian State, was buzzing around the field. During one return drill on Sunday, when the guy next in line wasn’t paying attention, Miller jumped into his spot and got an extra repetition.