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Topic - Johnny Culbreath
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley and wide receiver Titus Young were back on the practice field Tuesday _ with security escorts to keep reporters away.
The Detroit Lions closed the NFL draft by addressing need after two days of taking players they thought had the most talent.
"At first, it was a setback," Culbreath said. "But it was good for me and a humbling experience to go to a smaller school."