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Notes: The Lions may get a Pro Bowler after all

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There’s about a 50-50 shot the Detroit Lions will send a player to the Pro Bowl.

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  • The Detroit Lions do not currently have a player scheduled to go to next week’s Pro Bowl in Orlando. However, because players heading to the Super Bowl do not attend the Pro Bowl, there is a chance the Lions will get Pro Bowl representation. Enter: Matt Prater:

  • However, the Lions did not have one player named to the Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL or All-NFC team:

  • Former Lions offensive line coach now has a job with his former rival:

  • Lions GM Bob Quinn is at the East-West Shrine Game practices this week, and he’s eyeing himself some more offensive linemen:

The Lions drafted three offensive linemen last year, but two starting linemen—Riley Reiff and Larry Warford—are due to become free agents this offseason.