- It seems that the Detroit Lions weren't the only team interested in offensive guard Garrett Reynolds, who signed with them on Thursday.
- Well played, Eric Ebron.
Jimmy Graham franchise tag case, the fact that Graham described himself as a tight end on Twitter was actually used against him.)
- If Ebron wasn't a professional football player, what would he be doing? In a "rookie survey" on the Lions' official site, he said he would be a firefighter.
- If you missed Ndamukong Suh's appearance on American Muscle on Wednesday night, MLive has a recap of it.
- The "In Memoriam" tribute at this year's ESPYS did not include William Clay Ford, who was the owner of the Lions and died in March. It also didn't include Malcolm Glazer, who owned the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (and Manchester United) and died in May. That seems like a pretty big oversight.
- Golden Tate's former team, the Seattle Seahawks, won the ESPY for Best Team.
- One last thing on the ESPYS (that has nothing to do with football): Go watch Stuart Scott's speech about his battle with cancer if you haven't already seen it.
- The availability of NFL Sunday Ticket has been expanded... sort of.
- The NFL Draft is officially leaving New York.
Roger Goodell: NFL has narrowed field of 2015 Draft host cities to Los Angeles and Chicago. Story up shortly on http://t.co/ceFdUDXeGG.— Sam Farmer (@LATimesfarmer) July 17, 2014