Lions fan Kam Register took a chance, inviting Lions CB Darius Slay to his graduation party via Twitter. What followed made for a lifelong memory.
by: Michael Rothstein — ESPN: NFC North Blog 14 Jun
A converted QB and an underachieving former high draft pick turned heads during the Lions' offseason workouts, Who else made a positive impression?
by: Rob Demovsky — ESPN: NFC North Blog 13 Jun
If the minicamp revealed anything about the Packers’ new offense, it’s that the second-year pro is a starter, likely the No. 2 behind Davante Adams.
by: Courtney Cronin — ESPN: NFC North Blog 12 Jun
By ponying up for another of its core veterans, the front office has shown it believes its roster can compete for a championship.
by: Rob Demovsky — ESPN: NFC North Blog 12 Jun
Aaron Rodgers is in a new offense, but Packers fans can still expect their All-Pro quarterback to improvise once the lights come on.
by: Jeff Dickerson — ESPN: NFC North Blog 12 Jun
The Bears' newest sack master spent 30 minutes with the team's all-time leader and came away inspired by his teachings.
by: Michael Rothstein — ESPN: NFC North Blog 12 Jun
Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders, Tom Kennedy? The Lions' rookie receiver and former lacrosse pro is hoping to make a lasting impact in the NFL.
by: Michael Rothstein — ESPN: NFC North Blog 8 Jun
Jermaine Kearse wanted to get rid of the bad taste of a disappointing 2018 season. To do that, he joined the Lions and reunited with Darrell Bevell.
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RT @JohnParryESPN: Just to provide some clarity, @Joe_Staszewski @nypostsports, new rule allows continued fun but limits celebrations to game day, active & dressed, 46-player roster. Uniformed Player (sub) can leave sideline & join his team's celebration without a helmet. https://t.co/uRrXtOuy4wBeat Writer / Columnist
Have been in denial about this but now it’s real. Mike is a Tier I NFL writer, teammate and friend. Thrilled for him but crushed on all other counts.Beat Writer / Columnist
Important note here from @JohnParryESPN. Super Bowl assignments are merit-based.Beat Writer / Columnist
Also true for jobs that don’t require physical exertion. (Hi, fellow sportswriters!) Sleeping is smart, not lazy. Taking time off is healthy, not weak.Took me a long time to learn this, but it’s absolutely true. There is definitely a place/need for the “grind” mentality, but just as important is learning the balance between pushing it to a breaking point and allowing for proper recovery. MUCH easier said than done. https://t.co/bEsGPQVeNXBeat Writer / Columnist
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