“They’ve all worked with the 1s, 2s and 3s,” Ward said, via NFL.com. “We have seen them work with different receivers in the starting offense and second-string offense. I’m not sure. They all look well. … Sometimes you really in practice have to see who threw the ball or who is starting with the 1’s because they’re pretty even.”
- Jason Cole reports that a poll released by Competitive Edge Research in San Diego says the downtown stadium proposal likely won’t pass or even garner 50 of the vote, as opposed to a potential 2/3 requirement.
- Cole mentions that this would leave the Chargers with their current Mission Valley site or Inglewood along with some other alternative sites.
- According to Dave Birkett, the Lions took this long to release ILB Stephen Tulloch because he was unable to pass a physical from ankle surgery until Tuesday.
- Birkett points out the Lions would have owed Tulloch $1.1 million as part of an injury protection settlement, which would have counted against the team’s salary cap.