The Detroit Lions plan on safety Louis Delmas being ready to go this fall, his knee all healed up from the issues that forced him to have surgery before last season and that made him miss eight games in 2012.
Then again, the Lions are also readying themselves for the possibility Delmas will not be available.
He outlined an outrageous incident where Young abused staff at a Plymouth-Canton AT&T store, pulled the well-worn “don’t you know who I am” card, demanded freebies then fell asleep — loudly — on a customer bench.
Last season with the Lions, Delmas played in only eight game, posting 38 tackles and one interception.
Especially considering the loss of Cliff Avril in free agency, the Lions desperately need a speed pass rusher from the outside on their defensive line.
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Lions safety Louis Delmas is active and starting for the first time this season after having knee surgery in August.
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