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On this weeks edition of Lions LIVE, Downtown and Adam take a look at the following topics:
Recap of preseason week 2 against Baltimore.
Same old Lions on defense?
The role of Ryan Broyles in 2012.
Jahvid Best looks to be hitting the PUP.
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On Lions LIVE 6, Downtown and Adam will take a look at the following topics with thee Detroit Football Lions.
Preseason week 2 recap against Baltimore.
Injury updates in training camp and after week 2.
Jahvid Best probably starting the season on the PUP list, is his career done though?
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The amazing recovery of rookie wide receiver Ryan Broyles -- and the unique approach the Lions took with him during the off-season -- might pay immediate dividends for both sides in 2012.
Most of the Detroit Lions special teamers came to training camp with decent job security.
But that's not so for the pair a punters. Ryan Donahue earned the job last season as a rookie, but a quadriceps injury midway through the season opened the door for veteran Ben Graham.
The duo has split most of the duty so far in camp and during the Lions' two preseason games and both...
Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh says that to his knowledge he has “never hurt anyone through playing the game of football.”
Before I jump into this, let me just say that GQ does some fantastic work when it comes to sports and sports writing. To mark the upcoming NFL season the magazine’s September issue features nice photo spreads of both Cam Newton and Victor Cruz as well as...
We already know that Ndamukong Suh does not consider himself to be a dirty player. He has been adamant about it several times in the past, as you would expect. Suh plays incredibly hard, which helps explain why he is such an intimidating presence on defense and also why he tends to be penalized more than others for late hits and unnecessary roughness. If it’s not dirty play,...
Detroit running back Mikel Leshoure (hamstring), hopes to play in the Lions' third preseason game.Fantasy Spin:Leshoure will miss the first two games of the season due to suspension, but could be a touchdowns maker in 2012. At 227 pounds, he's a better option than Kevin Smith or Jahvid Best, if the latter ever returns from his concussion problems.
The NFL suspended former Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
The Lions terminated his contract after he was arrested twice in Harrisburg, Pa., in one month. He was charged with three counts of simple assault for brandishing a firearm.
The Detroit Lions have announced the team has waived/injured safety Don Carey and tight end Nathan Overbay. Carey, a Grand Rapids native, signed with the Lions in October last year after he was cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars prior to the start of the season. Overbay, a 2010 undrafted free agent out of Eastern Washington, had a couple of stints on the Lions practice squad last season...
Many people celebrate birthdays with family, cake and a cold beverage. Nate Burleson opted for teammates, a football field and a cold tub.
Aaron Berry doubled up with a pair of offseason arrests before the Detroit Lions parted ways with him, now, the NFL has come down on him. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the free-agent cornerback has been suspended for three games for violating the leagues personal conduct policy. Berry was one of three Lions to be arrested twice this offseason. He was busted for DUI and then...
Ndamukong Suh is sticking with his story that he unintentionally stomped on Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving Day in 2011. The Detroit Lions defensive tackle was ejected from the game for the incident, then later the NFL suspended him two games without pay and fined him an extra $25,000 above that. If you slow down and analyze anything, its going to look worse in my opinion...
Stefan Logan needed crutches to get to the locker room after Fridays 27-12 preseason win over the Baltimore Ravens, but Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz said initial X-rays on his return mans right ankle came back negative. Well see, Schwartz said. It didnt look great on film according to our doctors, but Logans a pretty tough guy. Well just see how that comes out...
Detroit lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh isn’t looking to clean up his reputation. Instead he wants to take down more quarterbacks.
“I love hitting Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler. Ben Roethlisberger, I would like to go against him, because they say he’s one of the hardest to take down,” Suh said, via NFL.com. “I see that as a challenge, so I would love to take him down...
Athlon Sports will preview the upcoming 2012 NFL season with in-depth roundtable debates with our editors and other experts from around the...