Former Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus ‘has really come on’ for the Detroit Lions

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As year two in the NFL approaches for former Wisconsin Badger WR Quintez Cephus, the sophomore has a new head coach in Detroit.

In year one for Dan Campbell as the head man for the Lions, he has been singing the praises of Cephus through Detroit’s mandatory minicamp.

“Over the past four practices, Q.C. has really come on,” Campbell told reporters on Wednesday. “We all see it. We feel like he’s growing right in front of us. That’s what you want these guys to do during this time.”

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It’s a whole new start for the former Badger in year two, as he not only has a new head coach but also a new quarterback in Jared Goff after Matthew Stafford was sent to Los Angeles. Cephus had a solid rookie campaign, catching 20 passes for 349 yards to go with a pair of touchdown grabs.