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Despite Detroit's 31-81 record since Millen took over, the Lions claim sales remain strong. Also: An update on quarterback Drew Stanton, who looks to shake Martz-itis, more on rookie Kevin Smith, camp battles, and more inside.

Despite the Lions' 31-81 record since Matt Millen became team president in 2001, the Lions say sales remain strong. "We're not behind in sales," chief operating officer Tom Lewand said. "We're actually even or ahead in every key category." In the off-season, the Lions beefed up their sales department and began offering split season-ticket packages priced as low as $230. They have been running...

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