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After feeling 'underused' part of last season, Eric Ebron found chances late


Former UNC and current Detroit Lions tight end Eric Ebron was rumored to have the potential to be traded. Then he wasn’t. Over the second half of the season, he turned into one of the more productive tight ends in the NFL. He caught three touchdowns, averaged 5.9 targets per game and only had one game where Matthew Stafford looked at him fewer than four times. (ESPN.com)

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