They have the worst offense in the league , in part because they went dumpster-diving to round out their receiving corps.
But as the formal offseason program approaches its end next week, the are cautiously optimistic that two spring standouts can be contributors for them this fall.
, who spent parts of the last two seasons on the Lions’ practice squad, and , a , have drawn praise from coaches and teammates for their performance during mandatory minicamp and Organized Team Activities.
Each has made standout plays in practice this week, and each is in line to get more extensive looks in training camp.
“I think both of those guys are very detail-oriented,” said backup quarterback Tim Boyle, who has worked extensively with each this offseason. “Vic’s been making some incredible