“I think overall they did a pretty nice job,” Caldwell said. “It’s a great group of guys, very attentive, very focused, very serious group.”
Eventually, Tomlinson wants to go to medical school and become a neurosurgeon, but first he will play guard for the Detroit Lions.
“I think that they really liked me,” Lockett said, “and I really had a great time with them.”
The team’s official stance on wing-walking, per team president Tom Lewand: “Don’t fall.”
“We’re going to lose some from time to time,” Caldwell said, “but I think once you set that table, more guys are going to follow.”
In 2014, the Lions turned in 4,030 passing yards. That number could increase in 2015, but it will not be because Detroit throws more.
At the NFL owners meetings this week, someone made a comment to Lions head coach Jim Caldwell about his quarterback Matthew Stafford.
“His offseason to this point has been pretty impressive,” Caldwell said Wednesday.
“It’s not going to look any different than it did last year,” Caldwell said Wednesday at the owners meetings.
One of the reasons the Lions believe they have a good chance to sign Suh is his apparent appreciation of the city and its surrounding areas.