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William Clay Ford to Come Out of His Cave

When Lions legend Charlie Sanders is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month, Lions owner William Clay Ford will be the one that presents him.  It isn't often that we get to see WCF out in the public.  He and Matt Millen like to lay low most of the time since they are so hated now-a-days in Detroit.  We see Millen now and then, but for the most part, he isn't out in the open very much.  WCF on the other hand, we never usually see him.  

Speaking of Mr. Ford, he was ranked 29th on the list of the NFL's best owners per's Michael Silver.  This is actually surprising due to the fact that Ford isn't dead last, as that title belongs to Bengals' owner Mike Brown.  Personally, the list isn't that great.  Al Davis is ranked 20th, which is a bit too high in my opinion.  Plus, how can a man that hasn't fired Matt Millen by now not be ranked last?

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