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Lions aim to keep Vikings from getting under their (thin) skin

Lions players have been doing a lot of apologizing lately. Flaring tempers--from Ndamukong Suh's stomping of a Green Bay Packers player to Titus Young's face shove in New Orleans--are costing the team player time and esteem.
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Lions players have been doing a lot of apologizing lately. Flaring tempers--from Ndamukong Suh's stomping of a Green Bay Packers player to Titus Young's face shove in New Orleans--are costing the team player time and esteem.

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