ESPN.com's Jeffri Chadiha paid a visit last week to the Detroit Lions' training camp, checking to see if the Lions can move past their embarrassing offseason.
Receiver Nate Burleson said "there are a lot of people out there waiting for the Lions to screw up" and acknowledged "the spotlight on us is much hotter now than it's ever been."
Coach Jim Schwartz noted that none of the Lions' incidents occurred in Detroit, suggesting the run could be over.
"If you look at all the incidents that happened, not one involved a player who was actually in Detroit at the time. Every guy was in another place. That speaks to the accountability they have to the team while they're here. And while it's something you have to address, we also know we have six months with them before they leave again."