Found March 02, 2013 on
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Most irate Monday Morning Quarterbacks call up their local sports-talk radio station to vent.
Or they take out their frustrations on co-workers around the water cooler. Or, worse yet, on their football widows back at home.
It happens every year for Detroit Lions' fans, even during the offseason.
Chris Pruett, who's had his heart broken by the Lions too many times to count over the years, is here to help. He has hit the streets in Lansing, Mich., to offer some much-needed comfort for other fans like himself.
Pruett, 54, who goes by the nickname of "Lionsguy," built what he refers to as the "LIONS OFFSEASON MOBILE MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC."
It's not fancy there's an eight-foot-high booth and 16-foot-high Lions flag pole but every city in this state could use one of Pruett's makeshift clinics.
After all, these are the long-suffering fans of a team that has never been to the Super Bowl, has one playoff victory since 1957, didn't win a sing...
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A Lions fan named Chris Pruett is collecting signatures in an attempt to convince the team ”to let fans vote live via internet to make the draft picks for the Lions”.
Offensive tackle Corey Hilliard, who was inactive for every game last season, has been re-signed by the Detroit Lions to a two-year contract extension.
Hilliard, 27, was eligible to become an unrestricted free agent on March 12.
He played in all 16 games in both 2010 and 2011 with the Lions, mostly on special teams.
The Lions' offensive line is in transition. Right guard Stephen...
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that that Detroit Lions have reached an agreement on a two-year contract with OT Corey Hilliard.
Hilliard is expected to be given a shot at playing right tackle next season, which is a sign that the Lions are prepared to move on with our impending free agent Gosder Cherilus next season. We’d still expect to see 2012 first-round pick Riley Reiff...
It seems like this off season the Detroit Lions will either rework their Offensive line to improve, or be forced to do so due to health concerns and free agency. Either way the offensive line is going to look a lot different that it has over the last three or so seasons. OG Stephen Peterman [...]
The Detroit Lions have struggled over the years with some of their draft picks. Picks that have left fans of the team always wishing they could decide for the franchise.
Chris Pruett is from Lansing, Michigan and has been a supporter of the team for over 50 years. The Lions are well known for their struggles on the field and this year Pruett has decided to take a more hands on...
Free agency always affects NFL Draft decisions, but perhaps never more so for the Detroit Lions than this year.
The Lions have numerous holes to fill coming off a 4-12 season, but there could be even bigger ones at certain spots if some key unrestricted free agents don't come back.
One piece of this puzzle in free agency can change what is the best direction to take in the...