One month after Darius Slay, who was traded from Detroit to Philadelphia earlier this offseason, ripped the Lions coach on his way out of town, another former Lions player has put him on blast.
This time, it’s former NFL safety Glover Quin, who spent 2013-18 with the Lions, meaning that Quin was there for the collapse of the Jim Schwartz era, the beginning and end of Jim Caldwell’s tenure as coach, and the start of Patricia’s reign.
In other words, he’s qualified to assess how Patricia’s coaching style differed from the coach he replaced.
Quin, released by the Lions last offseason before he eventually retired in the summer, blasted Patricia for coming into Detroit and trying to change a culture that didn’t need fixing.
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