Podcast: Racing helmets and minicamp previews

Pride of Detroit

I honestly hold it as progress, progress, that the Detroit Lions get to have their own controversy as pearls are clutched over something so silly as this miniature Helmetgate.

We weren’t going to let such an opportunity pass up the PODcast, certainly not when we could do it while wearing luchador masks and showing how equally unprofessional we are as radio hosts.

Let’s do that. Let’s respond to the wretched archetype of what a coach should be, consider the backlash from Lions fans; while we’re at it, let’s keep dishing out the best in Lions coverage through the summer. We’ve got more notes out of Lions OTAs, and we’re discussing how good Jared Goff has looked, and where the run game is going. Plus, we’ve got to preview upcoming minicamp, tackling its biggest questions and biggest storylines.

Subscribe now to the podcast feed on your favorite platform and get a new podcast offering that will drop later on Tuesday night. We’re calling it The Scraps, and it’s a new podcast with a curated selection of our inter-segment nonsense that didn’t make it into the final PODcast episode. On the first edition of The Scraps, we discussed Aaron Rodgers holding out of minicamp, the Julio Jones trade, Dan Orlovsky’s ever-changing jersey number and Jeremy’s hate/love/hate/hate/hate relationship with the Fast & Furious franchise.

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