Backup quarterback Dan Orlovsky understands why he might not receive the warmest welcome in his return to the Lions after being a part of the 0-16 season in 2008.
But when he became a free agent this offseason after five years away from Detroit, Orlovsky put the Lions near the top of his wish list because he’s noticed a change in culture and holds coach Jim Caldwell in the highest...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) Quarterback Dan Orlovsky is back with the Detroit Lions after signing a one-year contract.
I suppose stranger things have happened, but the Detroit Lions brought back an infamous piece of their past and with him may come questions about the sanity of Martin Mayhew and Jim Caldwell.
QB Dan Orlovsky is back. Yes, the man who couldn’t help but step out of the back his own end zone during his first stint with the Lions has returned. With fair warning to Orlovsky, he...
Back in 2005 the Lions thought quarterback Dan Orlovsky could be part of their future. Now the Lions believe he can part of their present.
The Lions on Tuesday signed Orlovsky to replace Shaun Hill as the backup to Matthew Stafford. Orlovsky was signed to a one-year deal.
Hill signed with the Rams last week. The Lions were also believed to be interested in Luke McCown, who signed...
The Lions agreed to a one-year deal with Dan Orlovsky on Wednesday, bringing back the only quarterback in NFL history to unknowingly run out of his own end zone and spackle my brother’s basement.
Orlovsky started seven games for the 0-16 Lions, including the game when he rolled out of his own end zone in a 12-10 loss to the Vikings. The FOX announcers that day called Orlovsky...
The Detroit Lions have signed veteran quarterback Dan Orlovsky to a one-year contract.
Murmurs of the 30-year-old’s return to Detroit began this week. With the Lions he will be listed as the teams No. 2 quarterback after the team failed to re-sign Shaun Hill.
In addition to his time with the Lions, Orlovsky is familiar with new coach Jim Caldwell who he started five games for while...
Dan Orlovsky is returning to the Detroit Lions after agreeing to a one-year deal on Wednesday.
Let the jokes begin.
Orlovsky infamously made himself a part of Lions' lore when he stepped on the line in the back of the end zone for a safety six years ago in what turned into a two-point loss to Minnesota.
It was an unforgettable moment in the Lions' 0-16 season during which...
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports that the Lions are “known to have interest” in free agent QB Dan Orlovsky.
According to Birkett, Orlovsky is believed to be at the top of the Lions’ available free agents list.
“We keep looking and we could certainly address it a number of different ways, and all options are open at this time,” Lions new HC Jim Caldwell...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers recently released quarterback Dan Orlovsky and running back D.J. Ware.
Orlovksy who was picked up as a free agent during the 2012 offseason, played in only one game last year.
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After Sunday's win Dan Orlovsky had exercised some demons:
Three minutes later, Orlovsky deployed the offense in the "victory formation," took a final knee, and ran off the field with the football.
It was his 10th start and 19th appearance in seven NFL seasons. It was his first victory. He wasn't giving away the game ball. Orlovsky played for the 2008 Detroit...