Detroit Lions Coaching News & Rumors
The Lions added an up-and-coming defensive line coach to the ranks.
Dan Campbell announced a few coaching changes for the Lions for 2022.
With no defensive coordinator jobs available, it appears Pleasant will be back in Detroit for 2022.
The Lions linebacker coach has been removed from the team’s website.
The veteran defensive assistant will try to kick start a new regime like he did with the Lions in 2021.
It looks like Pleasant will not be landing the Vikings DC job, but he’s still a candidate in New Orleans.
Pleasant scored his second defensive coordinator interview on Wednesday, but is not considered the favorite for the first job in Minnesota.
The Lions have their next offensive coordinator.
Pleasant has ties to the new Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell.
New Orleans is deciding to keep Dennis Allen in house and make him the new head coach of the Saints.
While the Lions are still seeking his replacement, Anthony Lynn has landed back on the west coast.
Lions head coach Dan Campbell said the search for the team’s new offensive coordinator will start this week at the Senior Bowl.
The Lions defensive coordinator’s interview with his former team officially set to take place this week.
As expected, Aaron Glenn appears to be a candidate for the Saints head coaching vacancy.
There’s a new head coach in the NFC North—and it’s not Jim Caldwell.
NFL Network seems to suggest Aaron Glenn will likely get an interview.
It looks like Caldwell is one of at least three finalists for the Chicago Bears job.
Aaron Glenn will interview with Broncos GM George Paton on Thursday.
It didn’t take long for someone to reach out to Aaron Glenn for a head coaching opportunity.
Lions head coach Dan Campbell explained what went wrong in Lynn’s one year in Detroit and talked about what’s next.
A move that has been expected for a while now.
The original CBS report is looking more and more suspect.
Lions got the Campbell they wanted all along.
Turning down an 8-year $68.5 million offer would be tough.
The coaching carousel of Campbell.
"I felt like my words were taken very seriously and that was awesome to see."
Oliver will be working primarily with the offensive line
Another former player is joining the Lions coaching staff.
The Lions have added an experienced defensive mind to coach their defensive line.
The Lions add an assistant from one of the best defenses in the NFL.
The Lions’ former WR coach and "Chief Energy Officer" will head down to Houston in 2021.
The Lions appear to be moving on from one of their most popular coaches.
The Lions suddenly have one of the most tenured NFL coaches in league history on their staff.