Lions second-year RE Ziggy Ansah will be moved around more in new DC Teryl Austin's defense.
Lions FB Jed Collins should win the starting job in camp.
Ndamukong Suh's personal trainer says he'll report to camp as a "physical specimen."
Joique Bell (knee) has been cleared to run at full speed, and says he's "feeling 100 percent."
Backup QB Dan Orlovsky expects Theo Riddick to serve in a Darren Sproles-like role for the Lions.
Ryan Broyles has been working with a speed coach this summer.
Brandon Pettigrew says he's embraced a more blocking-oriented role following the Lions' selection of Eric Ebron.
New Lions DC Teryl Austin is expected to employ DeAndre Levy as a strict weak-side linebacker.
First-round TE Eric Ebron said learning multiple positions is "what's killing me."
LaAdrian Waddle remains the favorite to start at right tackle for the Lions.
Bill Bentley is expected to open the season as the Lions' slot corner.
According to the Detroit Free Press, third-year WR Ryan Broyles is "not as explosive" as he was before tearing both of his ACLs, and his Achilles'.
Lions sixth-round WR T.J. Jones had his shoulder scoped earlier this month, but should be ready for training camp.
No. 10 overall pick Eric Ebron spent most of spring practices running with the Lions' second-team offense.
Darius Slay lined up as the No. 1 corner on the Lions' first-team defense during minicamp.