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Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson apparently established the NFL single season record for receiving yards while playing with at least two broken fingers.
Let the speculation fly! Calvin Johnson has been seen around Detroit with his hand wrapped. Furthermore, Johnson played the 2012 season with “at least” two broken fingers. Think about that for a second. Megatron (best nickname in sports, un-debatable) still managed to break the NFL record for receiving yards in a season. Lions Head Coach (and head douchebag) Jim Schwartz blew...
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson had a monster 2012 season. Breaking the all-time receiving yardage mark, Johnson laid claim to officially being the best receiver in the game. But like all athletes, Johnson had his fair share of injuries to play through during the season. But according to Chris McCosky of the Detroit News, Johnson dealt with a key injury for the majority...
Detroit Lions General Manger Martin Mayhew has gone public today saying that his team is interested in resigning nine of the team’s 23 free agents. Since he has previosly let slip that the team would like to bring back Kicker Jason Hanson. It has been said that the team would like to bring back OT [...]
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, aka Megatron really lived up to his nickname this season. Johnson who shattered Jerry Rice’s single season receiving yards in a season record, did with it while playing with two broken fingers according to the Detroit News.
Johnson, who played with at least two broken fingers most of the season and managed to break the NFL record...
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Katherine Webb and the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, all got together to do the Harlem Shake with the rest of the cast from the new ABC celebrity diving show, “Splash.” Abdul-Jabbar, who retired in 1989 having scored 38,387 points during his career, is wearing a Darth Vader helmet.
Detroit Lions receiver Nate Burleson said after the 2012 season that he was willing to take a pay cut to stay with the Lions, and he now he's putting his money where his mouth is.
The Detroit Lions came into the 2013 NFL offseason strapped for salary cap space but after making a couple moves to get under the cap, the Lions got under the cap even further when wide receiver Nate Burleson agreed to restructure his contract for the 2013 season to stay with the team.
The restructure was first reported by Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, citing someone familiar...
For those of you who didn't know, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is appearing on an ABC reality show called "Splash" where celebrity contestants learn to high-dive.
It appears that the person spell-checking the promos didn't do a great job since they misspelled Suh's last name:
If you're looking for the video proof, here it is:...
Lions DT Ndamukong Suh is starring in ABC's upcoming celebrity diving show Splash, already making waves around the internet (ha, get it!) for giving us the abilitiy to talk about Katherine Webb for 15 more minutes. ABC didn't do any favors for the combustible Lions tackle's celebrity though, botching his name during a promo. Amazingly, they somehow got "Ndamukong...
Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions
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Don’t let the similar passing yardage between 2011 and 2012 for Matthew Stafford fool you, the tales between the two seasons are very different. In 2011 he threw for 41 touchdowns along with 16 interceptions while in 2012 he passed for only 20...
Lions GM Martin Mayhew mentioned that he met with Matthew Stafford’s agent on Thursday regarding a long-term extension, per Chris McCosky.
Mayhew mentioned that the talks went well, so that’s at least a positive sign moving forward.
Stafford, 25, is set to make a base salary of $12.5 million next season, but counts $20.8 million against the team’s salary...
Between this weekend's Scouting Combine and the NFL Draft in late April, there is inevitably going to be suggestions that the Detroit Lions should trade down with their fifth pick overall.
The theory is that the Lions, who have so many holes to fill on defense, could sorely use that extra draft pick perhaps a second-, third- or fourth-rounder that they would likely receive...
The most infamous rule change for the 2012 NFL season ended up being the one that stated if a head coach threw a challenge flag during an automatic review, not only would the offending coach be hit with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, but the review itself would be called off. It was incredibly stupid and a couple coaches fell victim to it, the most notable being Jim Schwartz...