According to the Detroit Free Press, the Detroit Lions have seemed to move on from former draft pick Brandon Pettigrew. Pettigrew was supposed to be an asset to the Lions offense but never really developed into a star. Injuries killed his career, and now it seems like the Lions are moving on.
The Lions removed Pettigrew’s nameplate and belongings from the stall he inhabited in the corner of the locker room in their Allen Park training facility one day after they ended his season by placing him on the non-football injury list.
Pettigrew, 31, did not appear in a game this year after he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee last December.