Found May 20, 2013 on Juan Elway:
PLAYERS: Reggie Bush
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
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Free agent safety Charles Woodson ‘open’ to playing for Lions

Free agents safety Charles Woodson is ‘open’ to the possibility to playing in Detroit and the team could have a very good tandem along with Louis Delmas. However, as Woodson tours teams, the one who stops posturing will win his services. Oakland and Denver have offers on the table, the New York Giants have interest, Woodson has a market that’s growing, but there is still...

Detroit Lions battle shaping up at OLB?

After the Detroit Lions set up Stephen Tulloch, DeAndre Levy and Justin Durant as their starting linebackers two seasons ago, I (and a lot of other observers) never thought that the positions would be a question mark so soon.  The Lions failed to re-sign Durant this off season and while middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch is playing under a long-term deal and DeAndre Levy has a new...

Report: Calvin Johnson Didn’t Actually Break His Fingers

It was reported earlier today that Detroit Lions star receiver Calvin Johnson had confirmed that he played with three broken fingers last season.  But that turns out not to be true, per Photo Credit: Gavin Smith/ PFT’s story disputes a report from the Detroit News, which includes a Q-and-A with the 6-5, 236-pound wide out that contains no...

Calvin Johnson talks broken fingers and Titus Young

Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson confirmed Monday that he broke the NFL single-season record with 1,964 receiving yards last year despite playing much of the season with broken fingers. Trying to straighten them things out, Johnson said of the crooked fingers on his left hand. Johnson said he wasnt certain exactly when he suffered the injury. It was never reported by the Lions...

Calvin Johnson played 2012 with broken fingers

credit: Getty Images Lions receiver Calvin Johnson set a record with 1,964 yards receiving last season. He did so with broken fingers. Johnson confirmed to Chris McCosky of the Detroit News that he had broken fingers in addition to his knee issues last season. What is not know is how many fingers were broken. Rumors in February placed the number as high as three. The news makes Johnson’s...

Lions WR Johnson confirms he had injured fingers

Calvin Johnson is downplaying whatever was wrong with his fingers last year. Johnson caught 122 passes for an NFL-record 1,964 yards last season, putting up incredible numbers despite the fact that the rest of the offense was inconsistent. The Lions went 4-12, but after signing Reggie Bush in the offseason, they hope Johnson will have a little more help this year. Johnson met with...

Megatron broke record with injuries

Calvin Johnson is downplaying whatever was wrong with his fingers last year. And with good reason, perhaps - he was still healthy enough to catch 122 passes for an NFL-record 1,964 yards last season. Johnson met with reporters Monday and was coy when asked how badly his fingers were hurt. Were they broken? ''I had a couple injuries to them, yeah,'' Johnson said...

Calvin Johnson Confirms He Played With Three Broken Fingers In 2012

Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson has the nickname of Megatron for a reason, but after the latest bit of news, we have even more respect for him. The Detroit News is confirming an earlier rumor from regarding Johnson, and it’s that he played 2012 season with three broken fingers. Calvin Johnson confirmed that he played with broken fingers last season. Said he’s been trying to...

Report: Calvin Johnson Did Not Play with Broken Fingers Last Season

Early Monday morning, the Detroit New’ Chris McCosky wrote an article with quotes from Lions WR Calvin Johnson, who mentioned to McCosky he played in last year’s record-setting season with as many as three broken fingers. Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio has since published an article disputing that Johnson did not break any fingers last year, according to a source with knowledge...

Calvin Johnson played 2012 season with three broken fingers

As if the 2012 accomplishments of Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson weren't impressive enough, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News is reporting that the Pro Bowler has confirmed he played through three broken fingers. Calvin Johnson confirmed that he played with broken fingers last season. Said he's been trying to straighten them out. No offseason surgery — Chris...

Titus Young opened up about Mental Issues to ex-teammate

Titus Young has been the talk of the league this offseason. First, he was released from the Detroit Lions, just two seasons after the team drafted him in the second round. He had a me-first attitude, and it didn’t seem to phase him when they let him go. Shortly after his release, the receiver-needy Rams brought him in to give him a second chance – but that didn’t last longer...

Lions’ Johnson played with broken fingers

Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson had a record-breaking night.,

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Reggie Bush joined the Lions this offseason, and he is already complimentary of his new quarterback, Matthew Stafford.

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