Found July 14, 2013 on Sports by Colin:
Disputing a May report published in the Detroit News, claims Lions superstar Calvin Johnson did not play in 2012 with up to three broken fingers. Regardless, battling knee and hand ailments, the 27-year-old Johnson still managed to trump Jerry Rice‘s single-season record for receiving yards with 1,964 last season. Catching 488 balls for 7,836 yards and 55 touchdowns since debuting as a Lion in 2007, the 6-foot-5, 236 pound Johnson is the most dominant player today. Coming off a bitterly disappointing 4-12 campaign, Detroit fans can expect their team to rebound in 2013 with Reggie Bush helping to spread … Continue reading →

Broyles' first ACL rehab helped prepare him for his second

Detroit Lions receiver Ryan Broyles has been in rehabilitation for basically 18 of the last 20 months. The best part of his first torn anterior cruciate ligament was that it prepared him for the second. It all started November 5, 2011, when Broyles blew out his left knee late in his senior year at Oklahoma. Less than 13 months later, December 2, 2012, he did it all again, this...

Ronnell Lewis pleads no contest in Oklahoma bar fight case

Detroit Lions defensive end Ronnell Lewis pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges Friday in a Norman, Oklahoma court, reports the Detroit Free Press. He was charged with disturbing the peace and public intoxication stemming from a bar fight in the city in April. With his no contest plea, he was given a six-month deferred sentence and forked over $400 in fines, plus court...
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