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Draft Scout Travis Swanson News
11/27/14 - RG Travis Swanson and LT Cornelius Lucas filled in admirably with the Lions missing two of their starting offensive lineman. Riley Reiff and Larry Warford were sidelined because of knee injuries, and coach Jim Caldwell was impressed by the way the two rookies performed. Lucas was making his first career start. "You have to commend those guys," Caldwell said. "They're working against some pretty formidable rushers."
11/17/14 - RG Travis Swanson made his first career start with Larry Warford out with a knee injury.
08/17/14 - C Travis Swanson. The third-round pick once again led all offensive players with 42 snaps Friday. He played some snaps at left guard before moving to center, and he didn't have any snap issues like he did in the first preseason game when a low shotgun snap led to a lost fumble.
07/31/14 - C Travis Swanson, this year's third-round pick, earned first-team reps at left guard and center when Rob Sims and Dominic Raiola, respectively, took breathers. The Lions hope Swanson can be the top reserve at any interior position.
05/12/14 - It is no coincidence that Lions offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn would campaign for Mayhew to draft Travis Swanson, a center-guard from Arkansas. Washburn also played guard and center at Arkansas. "Yeah, I played guard and center at Arkansas and my last game in college I played against Shaun Rodgers and Casey Hampton (from Texas)," Washburn said. "I walked off the field and told my wife I am not good enough to play in the NFL and I didn't. Absolutely the SEC is a litmus test for offensive linemen and Travis played against the best." - The Sports Xchange