Ladarius Green has a concussion. Now what? Annie gives you the info; plus, why Eric Weddle calls the first game a “wash” and offensive coordinator Frank Reich’s thoughts on the O-Line and Danny Woodhead.
Defensive coordinator John Pagano’s thoughts on what makes Detroit wide receivers Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate so dangerous:
“They are both different in the way [they play],” Pagano said. “Calvin is so big and long and plays the ball up in the air. The game’s played above everyone else. And then you have Golden Tate who’s an excellent route runner. If you look up in the dictionary what YAC is, yards after catch, his picture should be right there because he’s somebody that when he catches the ball, he has a great knack of finding the lane, getting open and runs with the ball so well. So they give us a big challenge not only in the coverage aspect, but playing them in space that you have to really make sure you’ve got 11 guys around the football at all times.”