Detroit Lions' Graham Glasgow not worried about a new deal


On Tuesday, April 16, 2019, in Allen Park.
Carlos Monarrez and Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press

Graham Glasgow has already defied the odds.

A former walk-on at Michigan, Glasgow's third-round pick by the Detroit Lions in 2016 who's made 43 starts in his three NFL seasons.

"It hasn't been a lot of work," said Glasgow, Tuesday, on Day 2 of the Lions t 'offseason conditioning program. Become a better player. T

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What he says in the Lions career.

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As a rookie, Glasgow has started after starting the year for its backup. In 2017, he split time between Lions offensive line. And last year.

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Camp at Allen Park on Friday, July 27, 2018. T (Photo: Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press)

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Arguably the Lions' most durable offensive lineman, Glasgow is in a position to be taken in the future Lang. He said something something closed

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Ford Field in the second half on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at Ford Field. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)

Just 26 years old, Glasgow will be the most coveted.

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