S Reshad Jones has been reinstated after serving his four-game suspension. (Barry Jackson)
The Falcons worked out free agent OL Leroy Harris on Tuesday. (Ian Rapoport)
CB Brandon Browner‘s suspension was officially been lifted on Tuesday and he can return to practice tomorrow. (Field Yates)
Rookie OLB Jadeveon Clowney (meniscus...
RB Ben Tate returned to practice on Tuesday for first time since he suffered sprained right knee. (Nate Ulrich)
The Falcons are bringing in G/C Leroy Harris for a workout on Tuesday with C Joe Hawley dealing with an injury. (Ian Rapoport)
The Lions are promoting RB George Winn to their active roster from the practice squad on Tuesday. (Mike Garafolo...
The Detroit Lions have freed up nearly $2 million more in salary-cap space by releasing another player.
The club confirmed Monday afternoon that Leroy Harris, a center/guard, was let go eight days before the NFL's free-agent market opens up.
The move comes nearly three weeks after Detroit released two other players -- receiver Nate Burleson and safety Louis Delmas -- to dump their...
The Detroit Lions have finally decided to release center/offensive guard Leroy Harris, according to Tim Twentyman. Harris was officially released on Monday, freeing up $1.95 million in cap space in the process. ttwentyman The #Lions have released G/C Leroy Harris. The moves saves them around $2 million with free agency on the horizon. 3/3/14 2:42 PMThe post Detroit Lions release...
Aaron Wilson, citing a league source, reports that the Detroit Lions are releasing G Leroy Harris on Monday.
Harris, 29, had a $100,000 roster bonus due on March 15 and was set to make $1.85 million for the 2014 season. His cap figure for next season was $2.062 million, but the Lions will now free up $1.95 million in cap space following his release, according to OverTheCap...
Justin Rogers of MLive.com takes a look at the Lions current cap situation and offers up a few ways for them to free up some addition space as they head into the free agency.
Lions WR Nate Burleson will count $7.5 million against the team’s 2014 salary cap, and although he has said that he is open to reworking his deal in order to remain with the team, Detroit would save about...