The Detroit Lions played host to a busload of area police officers to pay tribute to all the fine work they do. Players at the practice gave them all a warm welcome.
"They come out here, and they're excited, obviously, to high-five us, and get autographs, wide receiver Nate Burleson told WXYZ. "But they do a more important job than what we do."
Via Policeone.com: Guard Rob Sims, whose father was in law enforcement and suffered a fatal heart attack on duty six years ago, especially felt the impact of the visit. He encouraged his teammates to shake the officers' hands.