Nov 24, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (90) during the third quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Scanning the Savanna: Detroit Lions News and Notes

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Projecting a long-term contract for Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh
Justin Rogers –

Although talks have moved at a glacial pace, the Detroit Lions remain hopeful they’ll be able to sign Ndamukong Suh to a long-term extension this offseason.

Based on multiple factors, including the anticipated growth of salary cap, Suh’s career production, his durability, and the leverage he holds in the negotiations, the All-Pro defensive tackle should have no issues maintaining his spot as the game’s highest-paid player at his position.

Training camp preview: Cornerbacks
Tim Twentyman —

Tim Twentyman examines the question marks surrounding the cornerback unit heading into training camp.

Dwight Lowery looking forward to facing Golden Tate
Josh Alper — Pro Football Talk

The Falcons and Lions don’t have a long history of animosity to use as a selling point for their October matchup in London, but something that happened last season during a Seahawks-Jaguars game may help ratchet things up a little bit.

5 Biggest Areas of Concern for Detroit Lions Heading into Training Camp
Brandon Alisoglu — Bleacher Report

The Detroit Lions will enter training camp July 27 with only a few obstacles standing in their path to the playoffs.

However, you won’t find any of them on the schedule.

We can agree that the Chicago Bears are an improved team and the Green Bay Packers are always formidable with quarterback Aaron Rodgers at the helm. I just don’t care.

The only issues concerning this team in its quest for the NFC North title are on the roster.

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