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STEPHEN TULLOCH RUMORS

Tulloch would do ACL-tearing celebration again

Last weekend, Stephen Tulloch of the Detroit Lions tore his ACL celebrating a sack of Aaron Rodgers. As a result, Tulloch was placed on injured reserve, bringing his 2014 season to an end. Understandably, Tulloch was criticized for perhaps going a bit overboard with his attempt to mock Rodgers’ well known “discount double-check” belt celebration. […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions: What we learned from the game against the Packers

Danny Gorrer, Cornerback Do you think the Detroit Lions were tired of hearing how many times they had lost to Aaron Rodgers? There are no words to describe the intriguing performance displayed by the Detroit Lions last Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. It was simply entertaining to watch the mentality shift by the Lions in becoming a team that suddenly seemed to own the spotlight...
Via isportsweb.com
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions LB Stephen Tulloch named top goat from Week 3

Some teams are off to a fast start, others are stumbling out of the gates, and a majority are languishing somewhere in the middle. That’s the NFL landscape after three games. How did each team get to their current point? In part, it was because of the performance, good or bad, of some key players and coaches. Some helped their team, while others hurt the squad. Who fell into each...
Via cover32 - Lions
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Lions place Tulloch on season-ending I.R. with ACL injury

The Detroit Lions announced Monday that they will place veteran LB Stephen Tulloch on season-ending injured reserve with a torn ACL. Caldwell announced that Stephen Tulloch will be placed on injured reserve with an ACL injury. — Detroit Lions (@Lions) September 22, 2014 Tulloch suffered the injury while celebrating a sack on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, so this is a very disappointing...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Did Tulloch injure his ACL during this discount double check celebration Sunday?

Despite the nice divisional win over the Green Bay Packers Sunday the Lions could be without one of their top guys on defense for long haul. According to Kyle Meinke of Mlive.com, there looks to be some growing fears that linebacker Stephen Tulloch may have torn his ACL doing the discount double check after sacking Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers. Although no MRI’s have been done...
Via The Majors Detroit
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Stephen Tulloch injures knee while celebrating sack (Vine)

Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch injured his knee in the first quarter of Sunday's game against Green Bay...while celebrating a sack.After sacking Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, Tulloch jumped in the air and threw his arms back while thrusting his hips as he landed in an apparent attempt to imitate Rodgers' trademark "championship belt" celebration. Unfortunately...
Via Holdout Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Lions’ Stephen Tulloch injured himself celebrating a sack (Video)

What an idiot lol. Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch injured himself while celebrating a sack. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Lions’ Stephen Tulloch injured himself celebrating a sack (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Via Pro Football Zone
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Lions LB injures knee while mocking Aaron Rodgers

Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch was so excited about sacking Aaron Rodgers on Sunday that he injured himself. After bringing Rodgers down in the first half, Tulloch jumped up and emphatically mocked the Green Bay Packers star’s “Discount Double Check” dance. He immediately fell to the ground and grabbed his knee. Tulloch walked back to […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Stephen Tulloch injures himself after Aaron Rodgers sack celebration

The Lions currently lead the Packers this afternoon 12-7 while keeping Aaron Rodgers relatively in check. This has been in large part to the Lions bringing a heavy pass rush which in turn resulted in a sack of Rodgers by Detroit linebacker Stephen Tulloch. The problem though was Tulloch getting a little overzealous on the ensuring celebration appearing to hurt his knee on the turf...
Via The Majors Detroit
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions ILB Stephen Tulloch named top-10 in the NFL

Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro. Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
Via cover32 - Lions
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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