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Lions receiver Maurice Stovall shed some light Monday on what preceded and possibly prompted some bad blood between his team and the Falcons on Sunday.
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Jim Schwartz joined Doug Karsch and Scott Anderson on 97.1 FM in Detroit. Here are some highlights:- The Lions have played the game that their opponents wanted to play the last two weeks. Need to hit big plays and not allow the 50 yard … [visit site to read more]Highlights from Jim Schwartz’s Weekly Radio Appearance - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site...
Matthew Stafford's mechanics have been the subject of Twitter debate during the Detroit Lions' two-game losing streak, whether he's throwing more sidearm lately and whether that has anything to do with the right shoulder surgery he had in January.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was a limited participant in the individual portion of practice today, running lightly during stretching but sitting out some offensive drills.
Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford was able to practice Wednesday on his injured right ankle, although backup Shaun Hill took some snaps with the first team.
''It feels OK. It's sore obviously, but it's made progress since Sunday,'' Stafford said. ''If I'm healthy enough to play, I'm going to try to be out there. It's yet to be seen...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. There is an obvious reason that every move Matthew Stafford makes this week is being scrutinized and dissected for clues on whether hell be healthy enough to start Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
In the short span of seven games this season, Stafford has shown his value to the Lions.
Staffords elite passing arm gives them an edge at quarterback that they havent...
Suh's attitude is the right one when he says, "When I go out there I don't have any friends." Nice guys do finish last in the NFL. I want to see mean and vicious players on the Lions' defense — playing between the whistles and within the rules, of course.
Even without Jahvid Best, the Lions' run game wasn't the worst. In fact, it was pretty darn good in Sunday's 23-16 loss to Atlanta.
The Lions' quarterback may be day-to-day with a sprained right ankle, but he sounded slightly less optimistic about his chances of playing Sunday at Denver than coach Jim Schwartz did Monday.
The Lions gave up a big punt return and fumbled a kickoff as they fell behind the Atlanta Falcons, 10-3, after one quarter.