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Shaun Rogers was selected by the Lions in 2001 (Matt Millen’s first draft) and left for Cleveland in 2008, which means that in his first 10 seasons in the NFL, he never even played on a .500 team, let alone a winner. That’s changing now in his 11th season, which is his first with the…
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