- Matthew Stafford was over in London last week doing some promotional work, and he hung out with Havard Rugland at a Super Bowl watch party.
- Speaking of London, the Detroit Lions' 2014 game at Wembley Stadium against the Atlanta Falcons has already been sold out, as have the NFL's other two London games for next season.
- Stafford has no interest in attending the Super Bowl unless he's actually playing in it.
- Joe Namath had a pretty funny comment when asked about Stafford last weekend:
Joe Namath on id he has any thoughts on Matthew Stafford: "Yeah. I'd like him on our team." Then walked away. #dropsmic— Kyle Meinke (@kmeinke) February 1, 2014
- Charles Tillman on the Lions? Awkward or not, I could go for this:
Bears CB Charles Tillman said he's open to joining rival Lions in free agency, even if it might be "awkward."— Kyle Meinke (@kmeinke) February 1, 2014
- This is pretty interesting:
- SB Nation has a breakdown of how the NFL's waiver wire works.
- Just like the Lions, the New England Patriots have implemented variable ticket pricing for 2014.