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Lions notes: Bob Quinn expects DeAndre Levy to return soon

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According to an interview with the Detroit Free Press, GM Bob Quinn expects to see DeAndre Levy back on the field soon.

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  • Dave Birkett interviewed Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn this week. Earlier in the week, we heard that Quinn was not concerned with Levy's injury. After Birkett's Q&A session on Saturday, the prognosis seems even better (emphasis added): 
    A lot of questions about Levy’s health in the mailbag this week, so let’s start here. There’s no firm timetable for Levy to return to action, but general manager Bob Quinn told me this week that he expects Levy to return soon.

  • Pro Football Focus ranked all of the NFL's offensive lines. The Lions landed at No. 22 on the list and it's hard to argue against that. For what it's worth, though, they ranked the Lions at No. 9 at this point last year.

  • Here's the latest cryptic, non-specific message from Eric Ebron's social media:

    God has a plan for us all. In his plan I trust ALWAYS. #P4K

    A photo posted by Eric Ebron (@ericebron) on



  • Former Lions tight end Joseph Fauria wished Ebron his best in his recovery:
  • Looks like Stephen Tulloch may finally land on a roster. And it's exactly where you thought he might play:
  • The Lions weren't the only team in the NFC North to lose a valuable part of their offense on Saturday. The Chicago Bears may have lost their starting center for the entire season:
  • The Lions had a former player inducted to the Hall of Fame on Saturday: Stanfel did win two championship with the Lions -- a nearly impossible feat -- but he earned most of his individual honors after the Lions traded him to Washington. Stanfel passed away in June of 2015.