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Logan Knows The Competition Is Heavy

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Are the Lions gently easing jack-of-all-trades return ace Stefan Logan out of the picture? It’s difficult not to think that when you see the moves the Lions made in the offseason and notice that Logan has worked exclusively with the running backs this offseason.

Coach Jim Schwartz, of course, immediately dismissed that notion, cautioning against reading too much into offseason deployment.

“He probably played more snaps at running back the last couple of years than he has any other position other than kick and punt return,” Schwartz said. “He is a multi-dimensional player, obviously. He can play running back, receiver, he can return kicks and punts and he can cover kicks and punts. He’s just continuing in the same role he’s been in.”

Maybe so, but consider this: Logan is listed as a receiver, yet the Lions have 13 other receivers in camp, including recently-signed veterans Maurice Stovall and Jarett Dillard.

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