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Notes: Lions players march on Washington for women’s rights

DeAndre Levy continued his fight for women’s rights this weekend.

News: Women's March on Washington Joe Lamberti-USA TODAY Sports
  • DeAndre Levy has been one of the most outspoken players about women’s rights, fundraising money for neglected rape kits in 2016 and penning a thoughtful piece on men’s role in preventing sexual assault. He continued his activism for this cause on Saturday, when he joined hundreds of thousands of people in Washington D.C. for the Women’s March:

When it's post inauguration and you can still smell the misogyny in the air. #DontGrabPussies #WomensMarch

A photo posted by DeAndre Levy (@dre_levy) on

Teammate Johnson Bademosi also joined him:

We're here. All 500,000 of us #WomansMarch

A photo posted by Johnson Bademosi (@jbademosi29) on

  • Despite being waived by the New England Patriots in October, Lions tight end Clay Harbor will be getting an extra paycheck from them because of their success in the playoffs:

  • Note to NFL teams: Team building doesn’t end with the draft:
  • Zach Zenner’s brother, Sam, is quite an athlete himself:

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