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Does the USA men’s soccer team give hope to a team like the Detroit Lions?

General manager Martin Mayhew and team president Tom Lewand believe that this years version of the Detroit Lions has a chance to not only make the playoffs but reach and win the super bowl. Very bold on their parts considering the Lions have never even won the NFC North. As we prepare for the beginning of today’s world cup game though, nobody thought that the USA men’s soccer...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Cover32 staff does its mock draft; Detroit Lions end up with a cornerback

The staff got together and bestowed upon ourselves the honor of playing general manager for each of our hometown teams. So, for one day, I was able to take the reigns away from Martin Mayhew and Tom Lewand, if only in an imaginary sense. Each editor at was given the task of selecting their respective teams first round pick. As the Detroit Lions had the 10th...
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April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand mentions the “S” word in public meeting with fans

Detroit Lions team president Tom Lewand was front and center last night on WDIV-TV and addressed fans directly at a local restaurant. Lewand went as far to invoke the “S” word, super bowl, when discussing the Lions ambitions for 2014. It caused a few coughs and laughs throughout the crowd, but the Lions actually believe this is possible. Lewand and Martin Mayhew brought in a...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

“One Detroit, One Pride”: Detroit Lions rally the city

After the city of Detroit filed for bankruptcy July 18th, the Detroit Lions rolled out a new slogan in an attempt to unify the citizens. “One Detroit, One Pride” was published as a full page ad in the Detroit Free Press three days later. Just the text with a city backdrop and the Lions logo in the bottom corner were printed on the page. The slogan and campaign were not planned...
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August 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Lions may suspend contract talks with Mathew Stafford until after the season

Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand told that they might soon suspend contract talks with quarterback Mathew Stafford so he can focus on the upcoming season. “We’ve still got discussion to have, but at some point in time, will either get a deal done, or we’ll focus on football,” Lewand said. “The good news there is that we’ve got a great relationship. I think...
Via Pro Football Zone
June 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Free agents to take lots of Lewand's time

Tom Lewand will be a busy man at the NFL combine this week. While Lions coaches, scouts and team doctors have their hands full with medical checks and prospect evaluations, Lewand's focus will be on more urgent matters -- re-signing some of his team's four pending free-agent starters.
Via Lions Blog
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Tom Lewand: Lions won't be shy about adding to RB depth

"We can't necessarily put all our eggs in the basket of the guys that are coming off injuries. We have to make sure that we've got some depth there, and we'll look at free agency and the draft as well as trades, as well as waiver claims, as well as street guys to look at."
Via Lions Blog
February 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions' Tom Lewand on The Huge Show: Negative press, Pro Bowl don't matter

Lewand: "Nobody gets a championship for the amount of positive media attention they get."
Via Detroit Lions Football
February 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand ready for team to make a Super Bowl run in 2012 season

Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand is not content with his team's success this season and will not be satisfied until he holds the Lombardi Trophy.
Via Detroit Lions Football
February 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Dave Birkett: Lions' architects following a super blueprint for success

Tom Lewand did his usual drive-by at the Super Bowl this year. He showed his face at a few league functions, made small talk over a couple of meals, and by the time the Giants and Patriots kicked off Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday night, the Lions' president was back home, far from the spectacle of the game.
Via Lions Blog
February 07, 2012  |  Discuss
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