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Wrapping up the Lions' rookie minicamp

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A look back at the final two days of the Detroit Lions' rookie minicamp.

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The Detroit Lions' 2013 rookie minicamp came to close on Sunday morning with the third and final practice of the weekend. You can check out a recap of Day 1 of the minicamp here, and below is a look back at the final two days of practice.

Ezekiel Ansah showed off his speed at the minicamp.

Ansah also continued to show off his sense of humor after practice on Sunday.

Although he wasn't able to practice because of the knee surgery he had last week, Darius Slay was at least on the field to stretch with his teammates.

Tight end Joseph Fauria is using the fact that he went undrafted as motivation.

Havard Rugland is getting a lot of attention back in his home country of Norway for being with the Lions.

Rugland, by the way, was hitting field goals from almost 60 yards out at the minicamp.

Larry Warford returned to practice on Sunday, but undrafted free agent Alex Elkins, a linebacker from Oklahoma State, remained out because of a hamstring injury.

Warford may have only practiced on a limited basis, but he seemed to be in a pretty good mood despite having an injury scare a day earlier.

Devin Taylor is a pretty big guy.

Finally, for some extra reading, Tim Twentyman took a look at five players who stood out at the minicamp this weekend.