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Ndamukong Suh’s friendship means the world to family of young boy dealing with a rare condition
Justin Rogers – MLive.com

Away from the football field, Suh keeps the public at an arm’s length. He’s an intensely private individual who only allows a few people into his inner circle.

Maybe that’s what makes Suh’s relationship with Isaac Barchus so unique.

Lions’ Mikel Leshoure looks to gain consistency
Carlos Monarrez – Detroit Free Press

Ability and availability. It’s the mantra of the NFL. Mikel Leshoure knows this.

An Achilles tendon scuttled the running back’s first season. In 2012, groin and hamstring problems hampered his second season and led to uneven performances.

“You know, I think at times last year we saw the Leshoure that we drafted and then we were too inconsistent in other games and I think that’s probably the biggest thing,” coach Jim Schwartz said. “I think his biggest room for improvement is consistency from week to week, whether it’s physical or else wise.”

10 Biggest Issues Facing Detroit Lions After Mandatory Camp
Conor Volpe – Bleacher Report

It’s safe to say that heading into the 2013 season, the Lions have some problems to address. It’s that time of year when camp is looming, and now is the time to go about fixing last year’s debacle.

This article contains the top 10 biggest issues the Lions must deal with. These are problems that cropped up during the 2012 season and ones that must change in order for the Lions to get back to their 2011 form.

Detroit Lions capable of making the playoffs – if this happens
Pat Caputo – The Oakland Press

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