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Lions notes: Supreme Court opens door for legalized gambling in America

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You may be able to legally gamble on the Lions in Michigan soon.

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  • The United States Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, which prevented legal sports gambling in 46 states, is unconstitutional. Though that doesn’t immediately make sports gambling now legal everywhere, SB Nation has a nice breakdown of what it does mean.

  • Golden Tate spoke to the Detroit Free Press regarding Matt Patricia’s sexual assault allegations as revealed by the Detroit News last week. Though Tate admits he doesn’t know all the details, he believes it’s “a bunch of bullcrap” that this has become such an issue, considering the case never went to court.

  • On Friday, the league announced the full preseason schedule for the 2018 season. Here are the dates and times for the Lions:

  • Remember Austin Lane? The defensive lineman that spent a brief amount of time on the Lions’ roster? Well, he has a new profession, and he’s going head-to-head against another former NFL defensive end: