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Lions notes: Haloti Ngata would "love to stay" in Detroit

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Today's notes feature offensive line rankings, Haloti Ngata's future and Darius Slay wishing him teammate a happy birthday.

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  • Pro Football Focus ranked the top offensive lines in 2015. The Lions surprisingly did not land in the bottom five. Thanks to a second-half revival, Detroit finished 24th in their rankings. 

  • Haloti Ngata nor his agent have yet to speak to Bob Quinn, but Ngata told Tim Twentyman of DetroitLions.com that he would "love to stay" in Detroit next season. 

  • The Detroit Lions rookies shared their favorite away stadium memories from the 2015 season. 

  • TJ Jones is wasting no time having a little bit of fun during the offseason. Thankfully, his offseason adventures aren't quite as treacherous as DeAndre Levy's:
  • With Bob Quinn in town, many believe the Lions are going to adopt "The Patriot Way." But what exactly is The Patriot Way? NFL Network tries to break it down.

  • Caraun Reid was part of the crew that helped donate 94,000 bottles of water to the city of Flint, but he credits Ezekiel Ansah with taking the lead:
  • Friday was Quandre Diggs' birthday. Darius Slay couldn't help himself from wishing him the best: