Friday, May 10, 2013

Morning Lions Links for Friday 5-10-13


Greg Cosell evaluates Lions top draft picks - Ansah, Slay and Warford:

Lions to host dynamic return man Josh Cribbs:

Tulloch, former Lions players to be honored by gridiron greats:

Reggie Bush has a love for buying, restoring and selling classic cars:

Report - Pro bowl returner Josh Cribbs visiting the Lions:

Hopes high for new Lions G Warford after all the training he has put in:

Schwartz - Lions one play away from doubling our wins from last season:

Lions agree to terms with Warford, Slay:

Lions keep moving sign Taylor, Martin to deals:

Alex Elkins heads to Lions minicamp in familiar role - longshot:

Terry Foster - Fairley sees super future for the Lions:

Schwartz likes Fairley's lofty goals:

Jamie and Wojo talk to Schwartz:

Lions tried out Antoine Caldwell:

NFL Draft Off the Clock - IDP Impact Player Report on DE Ziggy Ansah:

Each teams most pressing questions as minicamp looms:

Freeman's list of most overrated NFL players (Suh is #1, Reggie Bush is #3):

Schein's 9 breakout candidates (#9 is Fairley):

Sub .500 teams with a playoff shot (He has the Lions in the group called Mystery Teams):

NFC North - Drafted players on the roster (The Lions are 21st with 30):

NFL Divisions from best to worst (The NFC North is 2nd.   The NFC West is first):

Facing eight in the box - with one wideout (Leshoure is #42):

Facing eight in the box - with two or more wideouts (The Lions overall are #11, Leshoure is #14):

What hides behind the smile (An article about Titus and how he fooled everyone at the Senior Bowl with his interview):

2014 Draft:

Top WRs and TEs for the 2014 draft:


NFL's top 100 players - Stafford is #76:

Is Stafford ranked too high:

Seifert discusses Fairely's prediction (Only one team has advanced to the SB after a four win season the year before):

Cold hard facts - They discuss CJ being the toughest WR to cover:

QBR and wins above average:


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