According to a report from Howard Balzer, the Detroit Lions have worked out five players, including one familiar face from the past.
That familiar face is safety, who played for the Lions from 2011 until 2017.
LIONS tryouts: Ss Andrew Adams, Don Carey, David Jones, Sharrod Neasman; CB Shareece Wright.
— Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) September 10, 2018
During his time in the Motor City, Carey played in 84 games (22 starts) primarily as a special teams wiz.
You won’t believe what the New York Jets’ said about the Lions’ offense (or maybe you will)
Fact: The Detroit Lions were an absolute embarrassment on Monday Night Football. The offense was bad, the defense was bad, the special teams were bad, and the coaching was bad.
Lions’ quarterback Matthew Stafford tossed four interceptions and if we did not know better, it almost seemed like the Jets’ defenders knew what was coming.
Well, according to the Jets, they did know what was coming.
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MUST SEE: Justin Verlander posts emotional message for Tigers’ fans after returning home to Detroit
Over the course of 13 seasons, Justin Verlander gave his all each and every time he took the mound with the hopes of leading the Detroit Tigers to a World Series championship. Unfortunately, he and his Tigers’ teammates were not quite able to get the job done and Verlander was eventually traded to the Houston Astros.
Now, JV is coming home.
On Monday night, Verlander will take the mound at Comerica Park dressed as the enemy with the goal of shutting down many of his former teammates.
But before the moment of truth comes, Verlander has a message for Tigers’ fans.
On Sunday, Verlander arrived “home” to Detroit and he took the time to post a message for his former fans.
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