Evidently, Mo Cheeks impressed someone during a recent phone interview with the Pistons. The Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach and former head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers will have second interview with the Pistons today, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
There have been only a few players briefly associated with U-M, and both have chosen other schools. Florida State's Clint Trickett went West Virginia, and Arkansas' Brandon Mitchell chose N.C. State this week.
Broughton will compete for a backup job and potentially a practice-squad spot with the Lions. Jason Jones, Willie Young, Ronnell Lewis and rookies Ziggy Ansah, Devin Taylor and Freddie Bishop are the other defensive ends on the roster.