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Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell receives an A+ grade on the NFL Players Association report card

CBS News Detroit Digital Brief for February 29, 2024


CBS News Detroit Digital Brief for February 29, 2024

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(CBS DETROIT) – The NFL Players Association has released its 2024 report card, showing some improvements at the Detroit Lions.

The team ranked 13th this year, compared to 15th in 2023.

NFLPA used an AF rating scale to address families, food and cafeteria, nutritionist and dietitian, locker room, training room, training staff, weight room, strength coaches, team travel, head coach and ownership.

Lions received the highest grade of an A+ for head coach Dan Campbell, making him the third highest ranked head coach in the league.

“The players clearly enjoy working for him, with respondents noting his willingness to listen to their dressing room,” the report said.

In 2023, Campbell led the team to a historic season, winning its first playoff game in 32 years. The Lions advanced to the NFC Championship, losing to the San Francisco 49ers.

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The team a mini-movie released in which the 2023 season is central.

In other categories, the team maintained a B grade for its treatment of families and improved its ranking from 12th to 8th. The team also saw a higher grade for the training room, from D+ in 2023 to B in 2024.

The team received the lowest grade for nutrition/cafeteria (C-grade) and nutritionist (C+). According to the report, 67% of players felt they had an individualized plan with a nutritionist.

When it comes to food, players felt that while there were improvements, they wanted to see more variety in the food options.

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