- DeAndre Levy is adjusting to playing weakside linebacker in the Detroit Lions' new defensive scheme by "being where I need to be (in coverage)" and trying to "just trust my instincts a little bit." Considering Levy had 6 interceptions and 15 pass defenses last season, I'd say his instincts in coverage are pretty good.
- Eric Ebron recently talked about his expected role in the Lions offense for 2014. He indicated that he is going to be spending a lot of time out wide and in the slot, which goes along with the idea that he's going to be in a Jimmy Graham type of role for the Lions.
- Pro Football Focus recently took an in-depth look at Matthew Stafford.
- Tim Twentyman highlighted five areas where the most statistical improvement is needed for the Lions this year. My main takeaway: Detroit needs to take better care of the ball, both from a drops and turnovers standpoint.
- Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller is rooting for Corey Fuller, his brother, to make the Lions' 53-man roster so they can play against each other.
- The Lions, along with WXYZ, received a Michigan Emmy for their weekly "Ford Lions Report LIVE" show.
Lions notes: DeAndre Levy, Eric Ebron, more
Lions notes looks at DeAndre Levy, Eric Ebron and much more.
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