Teaming up with Clothes4Souls, retail shopping brand Macy’s and Feed The Children, Detroit Lions free safety Golver Quin aims to deliver 2,000 coats to people in Southeast Michigan as the cold winter months approach.
Detroit safety Glover Quin has become something of a locker room sage, regularly holding court with reporters and dispensing wisdom about the NFC North leaders.
The current dynamic of the Detroit Lions locker room reminds safety Glover Quin of his last two years with the Houston Texans.
Questions about how defenses should handle the wide receiver duo of Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate produced more questions than answers.
Asked if the NFL Players Association might have something to say about a team in London, Quin smiled and said, “They might.”
“He deserves a lot of credit,” safety James Ihedigbo said.
“United Way at its core – its greatest interest is to see things get accomplished on the toughest social issues …,” said local United Way president.
With injuries plaguing the secondary, the emergence of Darius Slay becomes more critical than ever to Detroit’s success.
“We talk about the situation a lot,” Glover Quin said. “You wonder what really happened and what really didn’t happen.”
The Lions will lean on Ihedigbo and Quin to shape a secondary that still has no clear-cut starters on the corners.