Former Wisconsin Badgers wide receiver Quintez Cephus is suing the University of Wisconsin for “violating his due process rights, violating Title IX provisions and breach of contract,” per an Associated Press report from Tuesday. Cephus was expelled from the University for the 2018 school year, and subsequently missed the 2018 football season, for violating the non-academic misconduct code after a Title IX investigation after he was arrested on second- and third-degree sexual assault charges.
Chris Spielman, the former Lions player who now has a prominent place in the team’s front office, indicated this week that he hopes to keep wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who is poised to become a free agent next month. Spielman said on WXYT-FM that he’s a big fan of the way Golladay plays the game. [more]
It’s probably a little from column A and a little from column B, but it’s clear the Lions need far more production from the second level. Jarrad Davis, Jalen Reeves-Maybin and Reggie Ragland are all going to be free agents. There have been hints from coach Dan Campbell he’d like Davis back, but that’s far from a guarantee.