ALLEN PARK, Mich. (WJBK) - The Detroit Lions concluded their three-day mini-camp Thursday with just over an hour private walkthrough without the media being able to watch.
Lions' Head Coach Jim Caldwell wouldn't say if the walkthrough was mandatory or not and would not comment on the Stephen Tulloch situation as he continues to stay away from the building even though he is still officially on the roster.
Caldwell was asked if Taylor Decker will be the starting left tackle.
#Lions Caldwell wouldn't commit on Decker being starting left tackle, talked how pads come on during training camp— FOX 2 Sports (@FOX2Sports) June 16, 2016
Here are some other tidbits from the Caldwell press conference following the private walkthrough:
#Lions Caldwell says "the last week or so" Glasgow has been "really making strides". Says he's more comfortable, talks size, strength— FOX 2 Sports (@FOX2Sports) June 16, 2016
#Lions Caldwell talks about what they are looking for at the WR position "the development and maturity...a rise in production."— FOX 2 Sports (@FOX2Sports) June 16, 2016
#Lions Caldwell was joking that Levy is so fast on his reads that Jim Bob asked if he knows what play is coming— FOX 2 Sports (@FOX2Sports) June 16, 2016
Corey Fuller was seen at the facility as he recovers from foot surgery last week. The Lions' next full team activity is when training camp starts at the end of July in Allen Park.
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