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QB Kyler Sloter changes mind, will not workout for Detroit Lions


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According to reports, former Minnesota Vikings QB Kyle Sloter has had a change of heart and he will no longer be working out for the Detroit Lions.

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Instead, Sloter is reportedly joining the Arizona Cardinals practice squad.

 

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