Lions’ Ragnow puts fishing show on back burner 鈥?for now
Allen Park 鈥斅燱hether Frank Ragnow turns out to be the perfect fit for the Detroit Lions remains to be seen, but landing in the state of Michigan certainly didn’t come with any complaints.
The Lions made the center from Arkansas their first pick in the 2018 NFL Draft on Thursday night, and he was at the Lions’ facility Friday to get used to his new home and meet with the media.
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Joe Young Authentic Jersey I am so, so, so excited to be here, Ragnow said. Dream come true and I couldn’t be more happy to be part of Detroit and be under Coach (Matt) Patricia. Just really excited to get to work.
From what I’ve heard, it’s a great spot, Ragnow said. I couldn’t be more excited. Some great fishing and hunting around here, so I’m really excited to be here.
The love of fishing that Ragnow and his brother have was passed on from their father, Jon, who died of a heart attack in October 2016. The brothers decided at that point they were determined to keep putting together episodes for the show.
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