Detroit Lions news: Losing an assistant coach, Jared Goff, Dan Campbell, Graham Glasgow

Here's a roundup of some Detroit Lions news for your Super Bowl Sunday.

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Amon-Ra St. Brown mic'd up at the Pro Bowl Games

In case you missed it, Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown was mic'd up at the Pro Bowl Games.

St. Brown dropped the punch line, with plans about where he intends to be for next year's Pro Bowl Games.

“Next year, I'm not tryna be here.”

One free agent Lions must re-sign named again

Graham Glasgow came back to the Lions as a free agent last offseason, and he delivered an excellent season as Pro Football Focus graded him as a top-10 guard in the league. He was refreshingly honest about the idea he has earned a raise, perhaps a significant one.

"I think I had a really good year, probably top one or two of my career. I would like to make more money than I did this year and I would assume the guys upstairs know and understand that.

Pro Football Focus named Glasgow the free agent the Lions can't afford to lose. The 33rd Team has hit the same note, naming him the one free agent they must re-sign.

"No team in the NFL had better offensive line play than the Detroit Lions this season, but the unit is about to get much more expensive. Graham Glasgow is set to become a free agent, but the Lions must keep their top guard."

"He has started 106 games since being drafted in 2016, and this was arguably his best season yet. With all of the uncertainty surrounding starting center Frank Ragnow, Detroit must find a way to keep Glasgow this offseason."

After The 33rd Team article was posted, literally later the same day, Frank Ragnow removed the uncertainty about his plans for next season. But the point about the importance of bringing Glasgow back still stands.

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