- After a few offseasons of recovery, it appears DeAndre Levy will have a relatively healthy offseason. According to the Detroit Free Press’ Dave Birkett, Levy won’t need any additional surgery on the knee that suffered a torn meniscus in 2016.
- The Detroit Lions have already started to meet with some players at the Senior Bowl. They started with a familiar name:
Michigan DT Ryan Glasgow said he met with the Lions earlier. Asked him how he fared vs. brother Graham in practice, said he won 60% of reps— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) January 25, 2017
- How did his brother, Graham Glasgow, respond to that claim?
@TDeck68 @davebirkett women lie, men lie, but the all 22 don't lie— Graham Glasgow (@gglasgow61) January 25, 2017
- Birkett also had an interesting note about what would have happened if Teryl Austin had landed the head coaching job with the Chargers:
Couple nuggets from out here at the Senior Bowl: Teryl Austin was planning on keeping Ken Whisenhunt had he got the Chargers job.— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) January 25, 2017
- Tim Twentyman has notes from the first day of Senior Bowl practice.
- A few weeks ago, we noted the development of a professional football league for players to join right out of high school. VICE Sports has more details on the four-team league:
- We may have seen the last of Larry Warford as a Detroit Lion:
Talked w/ 2 people employed by other NFL teams who both believe the Lions are not bringing back Larry Warford. Both teams will have interest— Jeff Risdon (@JeffRisdon) January 25, 2017
- Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh had a scare at the Senior Bowl when his shoulder popped out of place, but he isn't expected to miss any time.