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What color is the koolaid? BLUE.

It's our turn!!

Forward down the field!

FTP

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In conjunction with the mods of /r/detroitlions we are proud to announce the latest episode of this subreddit's one and only, official podcast!

In this episode of The Detroit Lions Podcast, Chris is joined by Jeff 'The Riz' Risdon for our last look at the Lions before the time of year known as "the dead zone" begins. We found it important to discuss Damon Harrison again, a little making up for our mistake, and a little further look at his situation. We take a listener's call on the Calvin situation and then clarify a little bit on contracts in the NFL as well. We even sneak in some CAB chatter. We also touch base on Teez Tabor's changes, the news about HBO's Hard Knocks, and some interesting stats about Matthew Stafford. We also discuss a great post about the power of persistence from the subreddit, do a new segment "Pimp My article", and talk Lions upcoming important dates.

Chris has to apologize for saying Rosenhaus negotiated Snacks' current contract. We knew he didn't but we all brain farted last week when we discussed the situation. We break down what things look like for Harrison and how things may play out. From there we take a listener's call on the Calvin Johnson situation. We weigh in on it a bit and talk about negotiating contracts and where people may be getting hung up when they talk about players' monetary figures. We also preview a few areas of the CBA that may be addressed and that current player movements and negotiations may be foreshadowing.

Kyle Meinke wrote an excellent article about Teez Tabor and how his life has changed over the last few years, particularly heading into this year. Teez visited an event held by the Detroit Youth Violence Prevention Initiative: The Brotherhood & Sisterhood in a pretty rough section of Detroit and spent some time speaking with kids about life. He spoke about how his circumstances were similar to theirs, how he had come up out of a tough neighborhood, and how he had stumbled along the way. He also talked about how doing the right things can help these kids rise above the situation they were born into, how they can also succeed. He also discussed how it took a long time and a lot of inner reflection to get to where he is today. Working for a new start for himself with the Lions in the NFL. A lot of credit should go to Teez, the Lions players, and Lions management for the work they are doing to help confront social injustice. This exemplifies a great effort and a huge push forward that can hopefully make a big impact on a number of young lives. Well written by Meinke, definitely worth a read.

From there we discuss HBO's Hard Knocks, some interesting 2018 Matthew Stafford statistics (we sneak a Kelly Stafford update in there too!), and speak to the question from jahvidsanders44 in the Detroit Lions subreddit in which he asks: "Do you think part of the reason for our Super Bowl drought is because we don’t stick to a plan?". A great conversation ensues.

Let us know what you think about the show by commenting in the podcast thread in the subreddit, or by leaving us a voice mail message via Skype at: DetroitLionsPodcast Your input will help make the show better, and if you leave us a message on Skype, you just might be featured in an upcoming Detroit Lions Podcast! You can also give us a call at (929) 33-Lions. You can subscribe to the podcast for Apple, Android, at the podcast website. We are also available on Spotify!

Remember, this is the official podcast for /r/detroitlions, and as such, we want to keep all discussion and comments in the subreddit. It's important that this becomes a way to grow the subreddit and builds a stronger community. Use the website or iTunes Store to subscribe to the podcast, use Skype for voice messages, but please keep everything else here in /r/detroitlions.

We really hope you like this and join us on this journey with the Detroit Lions!

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Yeah, yeah, maybe it's bad form to root for specific players to make the team, just let the best make it to the final roster, but there's always one or two players in training camp that become fan favorites.

Unfortunately, I haven't heard or seen much regarding my "secret favorite", Tom Kennedy, until this article dropped today. I figure his best chance is to end up on the practice squad, but I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do in the preseason games.

Anyone else got a secret favorite?

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