On June 15, ESPN asked the question to athletes if they think LeBron James is the world’s greatest athlete. Multiple athletes gave their opinion.
With Glover Quin and James Ihedigbo cemented as the starting safeties, Mays will be competing for a backup role.
Matthew Stafford tries not to spend too much time thinking about how close his Detroit Lions came to an elusive victory in the postseason.
“What’d I miss – four, almost five games last year, still came up with just over 1,000,” Johnson said. “I still have some production left.”
“There’s no question I think we’ve taken strides forward this spring,” Stafford said Thursday after practice. “We’ve got to continue that.”
The Lions added depth at the cornerback position during the draft, taking Alex Carter in the third round and Quandre Diggs in the sixth.
After missing most of the 2013 season with injury, Jones started all 16 games for the Lions last year.
Joique Bell remembers what it was like to be a rookie, when he was with Buffalo and roomed with first-round draft pick C.J. Spiller.
Wide receiver TJ Jones, who missed his rookie season due to injury, said he has tried not to worry about what his role will be this year.
Last season the Lions did not have such goal posts for practice, but thanks to Prater’s suggestion, the team has them now.