- The San Francisco 49ers announced on Thursday that first-round rookie linebacker Reuben Foster has been medically cleared and will not start training camp on the PUP list.
Reuben Foster is officially medically cleared to practice.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoNBCS) July 27, 2017
Foster fell a lot farther than many people thought in the 2017 NFL Draft, and there were a lot of concerns about his health. In fact, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said it was possible Foster would miss his entire rookie year. There were other concerns, too, including a bizarre incident which got him thrown out of the NFL Combine.
The Detroit Lions could have taken Foster at 21 overall, but passed on him for Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis. Knowing what you know now, do you think the Lions made a mistake?
Now that Reuben Foster has been cleared medically, did the Lions make a mistake passing on him
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- The Detroit Lions released a comprehensive guide to their 2017 training camp. If you’re planning on attending one of the seven open practices, make sure you read up on the rules and guidelines.
- Lions safety Alex Carter is ready for camp:
I'll be MIA for awhile ✌ . It's time to cut out distractions. #Focused— Alex Carter (@AlexCarter) July 27, 2017
- Ty Schalter of Lions Wire thinks the left tackle camp battle may be over before it has even started.
- Eric Ebron is feeling a little left out by his fellow receivers:
- Are the Lions the most tortured fanbase in the NFL? J.D. Laker of SideLion Report thinks so, and explains why.
- Tahir Whitehead and former Lions running back Joique Bell took part in some softball to help open a new recreational facility in Brighton:
- Google is savage: