- Dave Birkett wrote a phenomenally detailed piece on Erik Kramer, who attempted to take his own life last August. Birkett spoke with Kramer on what drove him to that point in his life and where he is now. Thankfully, Kramer is doing much better.
- Football Outsiders has an interesting piece breaking down the age of each team's 2015 roster by position. The Detroit Lions had the oldest wide receiving corps and one of the youngest offensive lines.
- Jeff Smith of CheatSheet.com believes the Lions are one of four teams that "don't have a prayer" next season.
- Apparently, the NFL has struggled with determining a catch for a long, long time:
What constitutes a catch in #NFL has always been tricky. #Packers coach Curly Lambeau after losing '38 title game: pic.twitter.com/Fh6NvikJRV— Dan Daly (@dandalyonsports) May 22, 2016
- Alex Reno's latest draft profile for the Detroit Free Press tackles Graham Glasgow and whether he'll break into the starting lineup this year.
- Geoff Schwartz was inducted to the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame:
.@MitchSchwartz72 and I got elected to the SoCal Jewish Sports HoF. Getting closer to the National HoF. pic.twitter.com/opSt3zSn8U— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) May 20, 2016
- Lions organized team activities (OTAs) begin again on Tuesday, Kyle Meinke and Justin Rogers of MLive.com break down what to watch for.