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Battles at right tackle, right guard continue to play out for Lions
Josh Katzenstein – The Detroit News
During the first week of training camp, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said the Lions would “start zeroing in” on their starting offensive line after the first game or two of the exhibition season.
As the Lions prepare for their third game, though, the battles for right guard and right tackle appear to be just as tight as they did three weeks ago.
Fate at right guard doesn’t worry Lions rookie Larry Warford
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free press
The Lions appear to have solved a handful of the position battles they opened training camp with. Ashlee Palmer is far ahead in the competition to start at left outside linebacker, and Darius Slay has taken first-team reps at right cornerback the last two days.
The right side of the offensive line remains in flux, with options rotating by period. But one of the candidates to start at right guard, rookie Larry Warford, said he’s not the least bit anxious to find out his fate.
O’Hara’s Monday Countdown: ‘Kickalicious’ summer odyssey, Miggy’s impact on Lions players
Mike O’Hara – DetroitLions.com
Columnist Mike O’Hara takes a look at David Akers’ relationship with Havard Rugland, how Lions’ players reacted to Saturday’s walk-off home run by Miguel Cabrera and more
Detroit Lions training camp observations: Patrick Edwards puts a pair of punts on the ground
Justin Rogers – MLive.com
Here are a few notes and observations from Sunday’s Detroit Lions training camp practice.
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