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Sanders says Lions rookie Williams could move to tackle
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press
They drafted him as a tight end, but Lions assistant director of pro personnel Charlie Sanders said he can see seventh-round pick Michael Williams moving to offensive tackle one day.
“One thing about it, he’s not going to get any smaller,” Sanders said at the golf outing to benefit his foundation this week. “He’s 270 (pounds) now, so once he gets on a weight program and eating right, I could see him later on in his career moving inside.”
Tim and Mike: What has stood out during organized team activities?
Tim Twentyman and Mike O’Hara – DetroitLions.com
It’s the last week of the Lions’ OTA workouts with the mandatory three-day mini-camp next week. It’s the last burst of organized workouts before they take their break and come back to start training camp at the end of July.
What stands out now – team attitude, player comments, transactions or roster issues that have to be addressed in the next eight weeks?
Ndamukong Suh ready to be a Lions captain
Terry Foster – The Detroit News
When the white puffs of smoke finally drift into the air at the Lions practice facility to name new captains, one of those names must be defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
It is time for him to take that role, and if his peers do not select Suh, then there is something dramatically wrong with his stature in the dressing room that we may never know about.
Detroit Lions: Will Matthew Stafford Become Elite in 2013?
Nick Kostora – Yahoo! Contributor Network
The term “elite” is tossed around all too often in the current professional sporting landscape, but Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford seems to be on the verge of earning the distinction. His recent statistics would suggest that he is already one of the best QBs in football.
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