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Lions notes: Detroit Lions invite cancer patient to first NFL game

Today's Lions notes celebrates a classy move from Detroit Lions' organization.

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  • The Detroit Lions made an extremely classy move this week. Thanks to a tip from the Detroit Free Press' Mitch Albom, they hosted Chris Liwak, a 56-year-old man suffering from lung cancer, for his first Lions game of his life. Jim Caldwell even spoke to Liwak on the phone after the game.
  • Ezekiel Ansah is having a pretty good season, y'all:
  • Calvin Johnson likes to feast on Thanksgiving:
  • Jerry Mallory's latest podcast describes his Thanksgiving experience at Ford Field this week and calls out the haters who are rooting for more Lions losses.
  • Ford Field hosted the high school Division 2 championship this week. To say the ending to the game was dramatic is a bit of an understatement:

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