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Today’s Detroit Lions Can’t Even Get the Infighting Right

Article By on 24th August, 2009

... across the locker room, somewhere in the bowels of what was then known as City Stadium. You might know it as Lambeau Field, in Green Bay.

The hurler of said helmet was beside himself with anger.

“Absolutely violent,” he would describe his state, some years later.

The noggin that was the target of the flung helmet belonged to a quarterback. The flinger was a defensive tackle.

Alex Karras might have killed Milt Plum, had he been more accurate.

Karras and the rest of the Lions’ defense had played their hearts out against the Packers, on the road, on a muddy and sloppy field in Green Bay. It was October, 1962, and this was a time when the Packers and the Lions were the unquestioned cream of the NFL&r...

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