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The Patriots better be careful when the play the Lions this week.
Here is what SUH had to say about Tommy Uggs.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to come across his path many times on the field and off the field,” Suh said Sunday. “He’s a good dude. I like him.
“He’s a real tough competitor. Just a classy dude all around. I respect him. Any time you can take a future Hall of Famer down, it’s always some fun.”
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It is hard to believe that 15 years ago, Barry Sanders abruptly retired from the NFL. He has never quite opened up completely to place blame on the Detroit Lions and their mistakes in the front office to surround him with a team that could win, or a coach that he could trust. I mean, he loved Wayne Fontes, but never warmed up to Bobby Ross. Sanders, on the eve of training camp in...
Detroit Lions General Manager Martin Mayhew is snatching up free agents at a pace that sometimes seems a little scary. During the Cleveland game and in its immediate wake, Jim Schwartz was handed four new players and the shopping spree may not be over yet, with the hours-ago signing of OT Kevin Haslam. Whether these acquisitions are meant as a warning to those current players...
Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah caught plenty of eyes during draft season.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz says Ansah’s inconsistency has left the best unseen.
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Even though it is just the preseason, I think it would be foolish for a team to not take Ndamukong Suh seriously any and every time he steps onto the football field. The Lions take on the Patriots this Thursday during Week 3 of the preseason and the defensive tackle is looking forward to the […]
Sports Fans, Who is excited for the return of football? I personally can’t wait, and have been watching a good amount of preseason football for some reason. My favorite team is the Lions and while watching one of their games and with the help of writer Eric Huberman, I stumbled upon my new favorite Lion. He hails from Norway and his name is Havard Rugland a.k.a Kickalicious. He...
The Detroit Lions lost one of their three starting linebackers in free agency. His likely replacement will be a familiar face.
Ashlee Palmer, who saw plenty of action on special teams last season, will join Stephen Tulloch and DeAndre Levy in the middle of the defense this season. He replaces starter Justin Durant, who's now battling for a job in Dallas.
The lead trio also...
APNewsNow. Jim Schwartz insists that he's not trying to send any of his players a message.
That's not going to stop him from bringing in veteran players, though.
After bringing in four defenders in the wake of a poor performance Thursday in Cleveland, the Lions signed offensive tackle Kevin Haslem, who has played 10 games in a three-year career. Now on his fifth NFL team...
The Lions have looked like anything but a solid team this preseason, and it has irked head coach Jim Schwartz. Although some, including yours truly, have criticized the talent that has been assembled in Detroit, the Lions are still trying to better themselves.
Since the Lions were outplayed in every way by the Cleveland Browns, the team has added three veteran defensive players...
Within the span of 24 hours, wide receiver Mike Thomas was released by the Detroit Lions and then promptly signed by the Arizona Cardinals. Still only 26 years old, Mike Thomas was a huge let down in Detroit. The Lions gave up a 5th round draft pick to acquire Thomas mid-season in 2012 to help with the rash of injuries to the receiving corp. Even after all the trouble the Lions have...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.--The Minnesota Vikings added a bit of defensive line depth on Tuesday by signing defensive end Spencer Nealy, according to the team's official Twitter account.Nealy, an undrafted rookie out of Texas A&M, spent time this summer with the Detroit Lions but was released on Aug. 1. Nealy was listed by Detroit at 6-foot-3 and 285 pounds. He's played both...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. A popular line around NFL camps these days is that the preseason games dont count but they matter.
For Detroit Lions rookie cornerback Darius Slay, this next one counts and matters.
It appears that Slay has a chance to lock down a starting job for the regular-season opener with a strong performance in Thursdays exhibition against New England at Ford Field.
Just a day after being released by the Lions, receiver Mike Thomas signed with the Cardinals on Tuesday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Less than a year ago, the Lions acquired Thomas from the Jaguars in exchange for a 2014 fifth round pick.