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Tuesday open thread: What player are you most eager to follow during Lions OTAs?

The Lions begin OTAs on Tuesday. Who will you be watching?

The Detroit Lions begin their first organized team activity on Tuesday. Over the next three weeks, the team will have 10 OTA sessions in the leadup to mandatory minicamp and eventually training camp in late July.

While there is rarely any true information fans can pull from these sessions, they remain a highly anticipated portion of the offseason. This will be the first time the team practices together in real football drills. Though the Lions won’t don pads until July, this is still an essential part of preparation for the 2017 season.

Media, unfortunately, won’t be present during Tuesday’s practices, but they will have sporadic access throughout the offseason. So today’s Question of the Day is:

What player are you most eager to track during OTAs?

My answer: Jarrad Davis. It’s not exactly bold to say that the Lions’ first-round pick is the most interesting player to watch during OTAs, but I truly think Davis is the key to Detroit’s success in 2017. If Bob Quinn was being truthful in “>

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