The Detroit Lions called Tyler Lockett’s agent Monday to schedule the trip.
In a conference call with season ticket holders Wednesday, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti made comments about Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata that coincide almost perfectly with the NFL’s definition of tampering.
The final four weeks of the offseason program include OTAs, and teams can conduct 7-on-7, 9-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills.
The Lions hosted a prospect Thursday who could be a contender in the return man competition.
“I thought this team was playoff ready, and I wanted to be a part of it,” Marciano said, “and I want to help us to kick off and kick ass.”
“We’re not out just reaching to grab anyone and high-fiving in March,” vice president of pro personnel Sheldon White said.
The Detroit offense still has plenty of room for improvement, and Lombardi said Ebron figures prominently into the equation.
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.