Lorenzen appears to still be in the running for the fifth starter job to begin the season, MLB.com reports. "There's chances we can do a lot of finagling with the roster before that [April 12] start," manager Bryan Price said. "We'll just have to see what options we have. We still haven't made our decision on who that guy [for the fifth rotation spot] is going to be."
Lions head coach Jim Caldwell wants Stafford to throw the ball less frequently in 2015, the Detroit Free Press reports. "When I tell you that we're not going to throw the ball any more than we threw it (last year), that's a fact," Caldwell said. "We're probably not going to throw it (more). If we do throw it more, that means we're behind, we're struggling, we're not winning, we're not a very good football team, plain and simple."
Quick is progressing in his recovery from the torn rotator cuff and separated shoulder that he suffered back in October, ESPN.com reports. "He's coming [along]," coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday. "Making progress. It was a very, very difficult early rehab process. It was an extensive, extensive injury. He's starting to see the light now. He's doing good. He's worked hard.”