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Draft Scout Gabe Wright News
11/25/15 - DT Gabe Wright (ankle) was limited, but his status is unclear with C.J. Wilson and Khyri Thornton playing OK as backups last week.
11/19/15 - DT Gabe Wright (ankle) missed practice Wednesday, and his status is unclear.
05/07/15 - DT Gabe Wright, selected by the Lions in the fourth round of the draft (113th overall), agreed to terms on a four-year contract Thursday (May 7).
05/04/15 - A closer look at the Lions' seven picks: Round 4/113 -- Gabe Wright, DT, 6 -3, 300, Auburn...With no pick in the fourth round after trading it to Baltimore in the Haloti Ngata deal, the Lions gave up a 2016 third-round pick to Philadelphia to move into the fourth round and take Wright, whom they considered in the third round. He's a quick, penetrating pass rusher who fits the height and weight measurables the Lions look for on the interior and should be a rotational player immediately. - The Sports Xchange
01/22/15 - 2015 Senior Bowl, Wednesday: Auburn's Gabe Wright was the most disruptive of the South's defensive tackles. A shade under 6-3, and 300 pounds, Wright possesses the prototypical frame and quickness off the ball for 4-3 teams looking for a penetrating three-technique defensive tackle. Wright explodes off the ball and has active, aggressive hands. At times, he's too aggressive, getting his hands near the face of would-be blockers, but his energy and combative style made him a tough matchup for all of the South's offensive linemen. Matchups between Wright and Mason made for some of the more entertaining one-on-one battles of the day. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com