Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images The Lions new owner has already succeeded in a few reclamation projects. As the futures of Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn continue to look bleaker and bleaker, attention is slowly turning to team owner Sheila Ford Hamp.
Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports The Lions added a couple of interesting players to their 16-man practice squad. On Tuesday, the Detroit Lions released running back Jonathan Williams from their practice squad.
Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images The sophomore tight end is becoming one of Matthew Stafford’s favorite targets. The Lions are a mess, and the offense isn’t living up to the potential we all envisioned.
Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Get to know the Lions’ own Tori Petry. This week on the Man Coverage podcast we have a very special guest. Detroit Lions multimedia journalist and recent Emmy winner Tori Petry joined us to talk about growing up in Florida, her early days working in journalism and what her role with the Lions is like.
Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images The safety package rotation is not going away. In 2019, it looked like all the doors were opening for Detroit Lions safety Tracy Walker to step through and become a huge component of this defense.
If you were asked to name the best running back of all time, there are a few names you might go with. Walter Payton. Emmitt Smith. Jim Brown. However, if you ask who the most-exciting back ever is, there is only one player that pops to mind.
Could this former Detroit Lions quarterback return to become its newest head coach? Starting the new season with two straight losses doesn’t bode well for the future of third-year head coach of the Detroit Lions, Matt Patricia.
Anderson entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of the University of California, Berkeley in 2013. He signed with the Denver Broncos and the team reached Super Bowl XLVIII in his rookie season.
The 2020 NFL season is finally upon us. Both teams playing at Ford Field on Sunday would like to put 2019 in their rearview mirrors. The Chicago Bears went 8-8 last season after making the playoffs the year prior.