Robert Maci

#68DE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 249
Born:
College: Purdue
Birth Place: Fishers, Indiana
Draft: Undrafted
  • USA Today

    Lions reach 1-year agreement with RB Matt Asiata

    DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Lions have agreed to a one-year deal with running back Matt Asiata. Agent Kenny Zuckerman confirmed the deal Friday night. Asiata played the past five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. The agreement doesn't come as a huge surprise. Asiata rushed for 402 yards last season for Minnesota, more than any Detroit player managed. In five NFL seasons, Asiata has rushed for 1,259 yards on 361 carries. Detroit coach Jim Caldwell was asked earlier this month about Asiata and what he can bring to an offense. "He's a good special teamer. He's tough," Caldwell said. "He's a very good pass protector and he carries the ball. He runs behind his pads. He's always been a very, very

  • Golf: Recent holes-in-one across the state of Michigan
    Detroit Free Press

    Golf: Recent holes-in-one across the state of Michigan

    It’s one of the hardest feats in sports — and also one of the most celebrated. Have you hit a golf ball, really far, into a little hole with only one stroke? Tell the Free Press about your accomplishment! Send us an e-mail about your hole-in-one to sports@freepress.com with “Hole-in-one” in the subject line. Please include your name, hometown, date, course, hole, distance and club you used. Submissions will be printed weekly in the Sunday Free Press, so you can brag about your feat to all your friends! Brae Burn Golf Club: May 1, Kevin Miller, 41, of Plymouth. Hole No. 3, 7 iron. Hole in one: 2. Farmington Hills Golf Club: May 15, Larry Haber, 76, of Commerce Township. Hole No. 5, 95 yards, 9

  • Teez Tabor, Tahir Whitehead among those to watch in Lions OTAs
    ESPN.com

    Teez Tabor, Tahir Whitehead among those to watch in Lions OTAs

    Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered University of Michigan for ESPN.com and AnnArbor.com Also covered Notre Dame for Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Follow on Twitter ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- One week of organized team activities are done. Two more weeks to go before the Detroit Lions end their spring workouts with a mandatory three-day minicamp. After seeing the Lions up close for one practice, here are some things to pay attention to entering the second week of OTAs. And remember, attendance at these workouts is voluntary so no need to freak out if a guy misses a day or something. 1. What’s up with Tahir Whitehead? The linebacker didn’t practice during the open OTA last Wednesday