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Lions Notes: NFL Reportedly 'Monitoring Fallout' From Ndamukong Suh's Accident

  • The Lions have released safety Vincent Fuller from injured reserve, as well as running back James Davis from the practice squad injured reserve.
  • Jim Schwartz met with the Lions' captains while the team was flying back to Detroit from New Orleans, likely to talk about the penalty issues they have had in recent weeks.
  • Earlier this week, Schwartz talked about the notion that the Lions lack discipline.
  • The Portland police aren't planning on further investigating Ndamukong Suh's car accident, and although the NFL is reportedly "monitoring" the "fallout," it doesn't sound like the league has any plans to discipline Suh since the police department has essentially closed the door on this incident.
  • In case you missed it, the Saints employed an interesting tactic to try to shut down Calvin Johnson near the goal line:


    It looks like the Saints are trying to block on a punt. I guess that's how good Johnson is, though. It takes (at least) two people to stop him.

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