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The safety and defensive end were the only two Detroit players who weren't expected to sit out the Lions' morning practice.
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He says it is the "only one area I'd say consistently needs to be better."
Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best attended practice on Wednesday, plus was in the locker room today, which could mean he is close to returning.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said they are waiting to hear from the NFL about possible fines after a physical Chicago Bears game.
Robert Malone couldn't keep the ball away from Devin Hester in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears, and for that the Lions parted ways with their fill-in punter.
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We've talked with Detroit Lions super-tackle Ndamukong Suh before, and it was our pleasure to do so again earlier this week. Suh wanted to talk football, of course, but he also wanted to let everybody know about a special promotion he's running with SUBWAY — if the Lions upset the currently undefeated Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving day, a lot of happy fans will be eating...
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You can bet the Lions paid special attention to the way the Titans defended Carolina quarterback Cam Newton last week.
As former Titan Stephen Tulloch said, "They did a great job on him. The did a ton of blitzing, ton of zone blitzing so when he has one look, they drop into another look. They
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ESPN.com reports: In the first two of what figure to be plenty of fines resulting from last Sunday's Bears-Lions game, sources said the NFL has fined Bears receiver Earl Bennett $10,000 for wearing orange cleats for a second straight week, and also fined Lions defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch $7,500 for hitting Matt Forte while he already was on the ground.
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