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Lions notes: Larry Warford, Jeremy Ross, more

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Lions notes looks at Larry Warford, Jeremy Ross and much more.

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  • On Monday, Larry Warford talked about what went wrong for the Detroit Lions' offensive line last season, and he also discussed the team's plan to get things back on track in 2015.
  • Joseph Fauria and Warford were both able to avoid offseason surgery after dealing with injuries during the 2014 season.

  • Jeremy Ross officially signed his exclusive-rights free agent tender on Monday, meaning he is now officially back on the Lions' roster.

  • It doesn't sound like Lions players are upset with James Ihedigbo for skipping the team's voluntary workouts while he waits for a new contract.
  • Jason Jones, Drew Brees and other NFL players were at the University of Michigan over the weekend for a "franchising boot camp."

  • Brees thinks the Lions could have "a pretty electric offense" this year, and he admitted that Matthew Stafford is "a lot more talented thrower" than him. There's more to running a successful offense than simply having a good arm, of course, but hopefully another year in Joe Lombardi's system will allow Stafford to take that next step as a quarterback.

  • Former Lions running back Jahvid Best is now pursuing a track career.

  • Jim Caldwell cleans up pretty well:
  • Small world: