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Detroit Lions training camp 2016: Photos and videos from Day 3 of training camp

A look at the Detroit Lions' first padded practice of training camp.

Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions held camp on Sunday in front of media and select season ticket holders. Below is a recap of the day based on photos and videos posted to social media.

Before practice

Chris Spielman, who was recently announced as one of the commentators for Detroit Lions preseason games, was at camp and spoke highly of a few Lions rookies:

Lions fans also got treated to their first look at the new cheerleading team:

Lions cheerleaders at training camp today

A photo posted by Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) on

A fairly big crowd of fans were ready to watch the Lions play (screenshots taken via the official Lions snapchat account det-lions):

lions snapchat 1

lions snapchat 2

During practice

We got to see a few neat videos thanks to some beat writers, including Tyrunn Walker taking the rookie A'Shawn Robinson to school:

And apparently Devin Taylor beating Ezekiel Ansah in the same drill (for the second day in a row?):

Ezekiel Ansah and Devin Taylor facing each other in a sled drill at Lions training camp on Sunday.

A video posted by Michael Rothstein (@mikerothstein) on

But it wasn't just about the defense, Matthew Stafford looked good throughout the day, as did the Lions receiving corps. Check out the first two catches from Marvin Jones and Golden Tate:


A video posted by #TEAMLIONZ GOD FIRST (@ghetti_o) on

After practice was over, players stuck around for autographs and fan selfies. Rookie Taylor Decker stayed extra long:

Here's Eric Ebron taking a video selfie with a fan:

And here's a #SlaySelfie with a group of Lions fans (via the Lions' snapchat account):

slay selfie

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