Jerry Jacobs has had a tough path on his route to becoming a Detroit Lion, but is nothing but thankful.
“It’s been a blessing, just because of where I came from and what I’ve been through,” he tells FOX 2’S Jennifer Hammond.
From losing his mother to being kicked out of high school, Jacobs has persevered to get to where he is today. Hammond sat down with the cornerback, watch the story below:
Other than that, I found nothing even remotely positive. Enjoy your notes.
- “Knowing that the wins never were going to be plentiful this season, the objective was to lay the groundwork for everything Campbell wanted this organization to be. The toughness or grit or whatever else you want to call it cannot come and go, week by week.” The Athletic’s Chris Burke tries to make sense of the loss. ($)
- Never too early to talk draft prospects in the Detroit Lions’ currentsituation. Edge Kayvon Thibodeaux goes first overall to the Lions in PFF’s Mike Renner’s latest mock.
- With a horrible Halloween loss, the ghost of going 0-17 this season grows bigger, says The Detroit News’ John Niyo. ($)
- The players are nervous about that too, of course. Tracy Walker expressed that specific concern — more from the Freep’s Dave Birkett.
- On the FOX Sports postgame show, Michael Strahan had some strong words for what some of the Lions players were doing after the horrible 44-6 massacre. “I’m in the locker room as a coach waiting on my players to get in there to address the team, and I’m waiting for you to exchange jerseys with another guy on the team that just whipped you?”