Rogers, Wojo and Niyo offer their final thoughts on the Lions' 2019 draft class. Allen Park — The Detroit Lions are moving into Phase III of the offseason program starting Monday, a series of 10 organized team activity (OTA) practices spread out over the next three weeks. The practices, which are voluntary, won't include any contact, but it will be the team's first opportunity this offseason to conduct 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 work. Here are five things we'll be checking out when we get our first chance to see the 2019 squad on the field Tuesday. Right guard rotation The most wide-open competition this offseason is setting up to be the guard spot formerly manned by the recently retired T.J. Lang.
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