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TGR regretfully announces that the St. Louis Rams have cut Alex Hoffman Ellis.
The Detroit Lions have so far held onto Alex Gottlieb. We will keep an eye on his progress.
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A report says the Lions are interested in adding a running back. Find out what the team has been doing and why.
Sixteen beautiful women in bikinis in northern Michigan in the summer time. Game over. The Detroit Pride Cheerleaders, the unofficial cheerleading group of the Detroit Lions, recently headed north to Frankfort, Michigan on Crystal Lake to shoot their 2013 calendar. A little partying, some spunky women and a lot of photos on the “scenery” of the west side of the Mitten...
A big strong point for the Detroit Lions over past three seasons has been a diverse and chiseled group of wide receivers and tight ends, each capable of hurting teams in their own unique way. From the imposing Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew to the shifty Nate Burleson and developing Titus Young, the Lions will be loaded here again heading into 2012. Throwing to each is the...
The Detroit Lions appear to be in the market to trade for a running back. Jason LaCanfora reports via Twitter that Lions general manager Martin Mayhew is “making calls looking for a running back.” The running back situation has been a precarious one for the Lions this season. RB Jahvid Best, still dealing with lingering effects on a concussion suffered last year and will start...
The heart and soul of the Detroit Lions is, of course, their defensive line. Also casually known as "Silver Rush," this unit is one of the most intimidating and tough groups in the NFL. Their physical, aggressive play has come under attack recently, and there's no doubt elements of discipline need to improve in 2012 for the team to be taken seriously.
If there’s ever a statue to be erected of Detroit Lions’ general Manager Martin Mayhew, the slogan on the bottom should read very much like the Statue of Liberty. ”Give me your tired, your poor and your huddled masses.”
Only, you can add “unwanted cornerbacks” to the end of that theme. Monday, the Lions addressed a need in the backfield by snagging another young defender...
Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best will begin the 2012 regular season on the PUP list, which means he’ll have to wait until after week six to be activated and placed on to the 53-roster.
Lions place Jahvid Best and Chris Greenwood on PUP. Place Nagy and Scott on IR. Release WR Dominique Curry and S Isaac Madison
— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) August 27, 2012
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The countdown to the regular season is on.
The Detroit Lions play the Buffalo Bills Thursday night at Ford Field in their final preseason game. The Lions' season opener is 10 days later against the St. Louis Rams.
Here are five storylines to follow for Thursdays exhibition:
1. After last weeks scare when quarterback Matthew Staffords left hand got banged...
The Detroit Lions were back on the practice field on Tuesday to wrap up their preparation for Thursday's preseason finale. Unlike Monday's practice, the list of players out on Tuesday wasn't all that long. This is because wide receiver Calvin Johnson, tight end Brandon Pettigrew, offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus and safety John Wendling returned after being absent on...
Detroit running back Jahvid Best has officially been placed on the physically unable to perform list. He'll miss at least the first six games of the season.Fantasy Spin:Best has been out since Week 6 of last season while dealing with concussion-like symptoms. With Best out, Kevin Smith will enter the season as the Lions' starter at halfback.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is preparing for the forthcoming final roster cutdown.
Lions' insider Mike Mady interviews Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, Director of NeuroSport for the University of Michigan, to shed some light on the enigmatic injury plaguing the return of running back Jahvid Best.
The son of Detroit Lions owner, Bill Ford, had plenty to say about how he feels about the 2012 Detroit Lions at a Detroit Economic Fund luncheon yesterday. In regards to the Lions first playoff appearance in twelve years, Ford stated that it would be nothing in comparison to “when” the team wins the Super Bowl.
The thought of the Lions in the Super Bowl still probably gets a...