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GLOVER QUIN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Glover Quin clarifies ‘God’ comment about Nelson injury

Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin found himself of a media firestorm Monday by speculating it was the will of God that caused Jordy Nelson to suffer what turned out to be a season-ending knee injury during the Green Bay Packers’ preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. On Tuesday, while acknowledging what he said “upset a whole bunch of people,” Quin attempted...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Lions DB Glover Quin thinks ‘God meant for Jordy to get hurt’

Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin has an interesting take on why Jordy Nelson was injured during Week 2 of the NFL’s preseason schedule. He’s attributing the knee injury to a higher power. Speaking with media about the injury, Quin said he thinks “God meant” for Nelson to be hurt. “I hated Jordy got hurt, but in my beliefs, and the way I believe, it was — God meant...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions’ Glover Quin voted 88th best in NFL

Glover Quin has given the Detroit Lions two great seasons, and after leading the NFL in interceptions a year ago, his peers have taken notice. The annual NFL Top 100 players countdown is underway and Quin has been voted by fellow players as the 88th best in the league. The list, organized by the NFL and voted on by as many current players as they can get to respond, is currently...
Via isportsweb.com
May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Glover Quin makes a bold prediction about the Detroit Lions schedule

Expectations will be high for the Detroit Lions in 2015 after their strong run to the playoffs last season. Some might say a little too high. Take safety Glover Quin for example, despite knowing that his team lost Reggie Bush, Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh, he thinks that the Lions are going to roll over the competition in the first half of the season… AROUND COVER32 First and...
Via cover32
April 23, 2015  |  Discuss

S Glover Quin is nothing if not confident about the Lions chances in 2015

Safety Glover Quin was recently being interviewed by scores of local Detroit media members as the Lions have been participating in voluntary workouts this week.Since the NFL schedule was recently released and the fervor surrounding it is at it's strongest, Quin made the choice to speak about his feeling towards Detroit's upcoming schedule in 2015.In an article on M Live.com by writer...
Via Fox Sports
April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions: The number one player to watch

If we are going to give credit where credit is due, the Detroit Lions defense could not be more deserving. The defense currently ranks second in overall defenses for the second straight week. Last week the Lions held the Buccaneers to only 233 total yards, the seventh time they have limited a team to under 300 yards this season. Even more impressively, the Lions held the Buccaneers...
Via isportsweb.com
December 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Lions’ Glover Quin: ‘Foxboro’s A Weird Place’ And It’s Tough To Win There

Foxboro, Mass., isn’t exactly the type of place you’d expect to find an NFL stadium, and Glover Quin thinks that only adds to the difficulty of playing the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots have won 14 straight regular season home games, and that’s a fact that certainly hasn’t been lost on the Detroit Lions safety. “Foxboro’s a weird place,” Quin...
Via NESN.com
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

'Handyman' Glover Quin excited about Lions' defensive toolbox

Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin considers himself to be a bit of a handyman, both on and off the field. That's part of the reason he's excited about this new defensive system that's been brought in by Teryl Austin. Austin, who spent the last three years as the secondary coach for the Baltimore Ravens, followed coach Jim Caldwell to Detroit. This is the first time Austin has been...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Lions' new plan of attack on defense? Ever-changing looks

Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin considers himself to be a bit of a handyman, both on and off the field. That's part of the reason he's excited about the new defensive system Teryl Austin is installing. Austin, who spent the last three years as the secondary coach for the Baltimore Ravens, followed coach Jim Caldwell to Detroit. This is the first time Austin has been a coordinator...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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