- The 2014 Associated Press All-Pro Teams are out. For the Detroit Lions, Ndamukong Suh is the only player who was voted to the first team. This is his third first-team selection and his fourth overall selection.
DeAndre Levy and Glover Quin both made the second team for 2014.
- Speaking of Levy, go read this story about him from MLive's Justin Rogers.
- The Lions' captains this week are Riley Reiff (offense), Ziggy Ansah (defense) and Isa Abdul-Quddus (special teams).
- Jim Caldwell didn't rule out changing "a guy or two" on special teams this week. Golden Tate would like for the Lions to make him the team's punt returner, but it's unclear if they're actually considering benching Jeremy Ross.
- Caldwell has no plans to bench Suh for the incident with Aaron Rodgers last week since the NFL has already disciplined him.
Caldwell asked if he'd consider benching Ndamukong Suh as punishment: I don't believe in double jeopardy.— Josh Katzenstein (@jkatzenstein) January 2, 2015
- With Doug Marrone leaving the Buffalo Bills, could Jim Schwartz become a head coach again? It's apparently a possibility:
Source: Bills consider defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz a candidate for the head vacancy.— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) January 2, 2015
Lions notes: Ndamukong Suh named first-team All-Pro
Lions notes looks at the 2014 AP All-Pro Teams, the captains for this week and much more.
By Sean Yuille