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Lions notes: Detroit makes more front office moves

Friday wasn't just another day of personnel moves. The Detroit Lions also made administrative changes.

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  • Bob Quinn and Rod Wood are not finished shuffling their staff at the top of the chain. First, the Detroit Lions dropped an employee on the business side of the organization:
  • Earlier in the day, Quinn added another body to his scouting team: To learn more information on Olson, you can read his profile here

  • Our overlords at SB Nation put together a neat mock draft database for each team. Below is a pie chart of who experts are expecting the Lions to pick with their first-round selection:

  • The Lions will be entering the NFL Draft with a big hole along the entire defensive line. Mel Kiper has good news for that problem:
  • Looking for specific names? has the eight best defensive lineman to watch at the NFL Combine next week. 

  • has the top five plays from rookies in 2015:
  • Bill Barnwell of ESPN listed the five things each NFC North team needs to accomplish this offseason.

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