Detroit Lions Free Agency
The Detroit Lions have a new backup quarterback in Nate Sudfeld.
Breaking down the contract details for DeShon Elliott’s 1-year deal with the Detroit Lions.
We asked our friends at Baltimore Beatdown to give us the lowdown on new Detroit Lions free agent signing DeShon Elliott.
Deshon Elliott started for the Ravens the last two seasons before injury sidelined him. On Wednesday, the Lions brought him in for a visit.
Keeping track of all the Detroit Lions moves during the 2022 offseason.
Looking ahead, the Detroit Lions have a bunch of difficult decisions with their 2023 free agents.
The Lions will have to look elsewhere for pass rushing help this offseason.
Cap implications for the Lions latest signings.
The Lions general manager argued that improvement internally—along with familiarity and continuity—made re-signing players a priority for Detroit.
Keep track of all the latest news and rumors in what should be an active free agency period for the Detroit Lions.
After a year with the New York Jets, Jarrad Davis is coming back to the team who drafted him in 2017.
Getting to know the Lions’ newest linebacker.
One cap expert believes the Lions’ retention of Charles Harris was one of the most economically efficient moves so far in free agency.
A deeper dive on the contract details of two recent re-signings.
Key left Detroit without a contract, but the Lions are still in the mix to land the young edge defender.
Why do I get so happy when the Lions get even minor praise?
We break down each position group’s standings.
The Lions have added a special teams ace who could compete for a starting linebacker job in 2022.
Lions add a 25-year-old former first round corner.
The Lions are looking to add some edge depth, and Key is coming off the best year of his career.
Will the Lions add another top-tier free agent?
Did the Lions do well to sign a star receiver?
Here’s a rundown of the best talent out there still left in free agency after the first wave.
Griffen is a blocking H-back who has previously been coached by Dan Campbell.
The Lions’ long-time special teamer has become the first Detroit free agent to sign elsewhere.
Breaking down one of the Lions’ first free agency moves.
Due to some nifty bookkeeping, the Lions will actually be paying more for Chark when he’s not on the team than when he is.