Chris Houston says he agreed with the Detroit Lions' decision to release him two weeks ago because of a severe toe injury.
"To be a cornerback, you need that," Houston, a native of Austin, Tex., told the Austin American-Statesman.
Houston called the parting of ways with the Lions a mutual decision. He had signed a five-year contract worth $25 million last year when he became an unrestricted...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Injured cornerback Chris Houston continues to be absent from the Detroit Lions' off-season program.
Houston, coming off a poor performance last season, underwent surgery for a toe injury a few weeks ago.
Other players who are rehabbing injuries -- Joique Bell, Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah, etc. -- have been attending recent practices, but Houston even missed Tuesday...
In this week’s Detroit Free Press column, I take a look at how the Detroit Lions’ decision to pass up on Michigan State defensive back Darqueze Dennard adds another head-scratching moment to their history.
For Detroit Lions fans across the nation – yes, there are a few outside of Michigan – the highlight of the entire season took place this weekend: the NFL draft.
The Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew addressed many things at today’s pre-draft press conference. The subject of contract negotiations with Ndamukong Suh was the first thing that he was asked about. He denied all rumors that the Lions ever considered trading Suh. The Lions firmly believe they will resign Suh to an agreeable extension and keep him as the catalyst for...
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Post-combine Detroit Lions mock draft (Rounds 1-3)Whenever the NFL Combine comes around, it is so easy for scouts and fans to get carried away. The numbers can make us swoon or sour on any given prospect. While a player’s wingspan can give some insight on his potential, the game tape is still the omega to look back at on draft day.
With that said, the Combine is still a great...
Chris Houston had a very disappointing season in 2013. Numbers don’t even begin to show the reality, and the numbers themselves are awful.
A combination of injuries and personal drama were certainly a part of what went wrong for Houston who was in the first year of a five year, 25 million dollar deal. Various ailments caused Houston to miss four games entirely and he missed the...
Detroit Lions: Two late-round targets in the secondaryIt’s not a question of if the Detroit Lions will target a corner in this year’s draft, it’s a question of when and how many.
The Lions had a gaping hole in the secondary in 2013, mostly because the play of Chris Houston declined after he cashed a big check. Bill Bentley’s injury didn’t help and Darius Slay’s inexperience...