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Detroit Lions’ OL Frank Ragnow praises new teammate Trey Flowers

There are times when an athlete is asked a question and you can predict what their answer will be just by their physical reaction to said question.

That’s exactly what happened on Tuesday when Detroit Lions offensive lineman Frank Ragnow was asked about what he remembers about one of his newest teammate, Trey Flowers. (Ragnow and Flowers played together for a season at Arkansas)

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As the question was asked, Ragnow’s face lit up and you could tell immediately that he loves him some Trey Flowers.

“Awesome. I can’t speak highly enough about him… Doesn’t say much, not gonna hear much from him… but that guy he puts his head down, he works. He’s a dog,” Ragnow told the media.

Flowers, a defensive end, signed a 5-year, $90 million deal with the Lions back in March and he will be expected to come in and make an immediate impact when it comes to wreaking havoc for opposing quarterbacks.

In four seasons with the New England Patriots, Flowers racked 164 tackles and 21 sacks, including 9.5 sacks in 2018.

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Don Drysdale
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