Detroit Lions Notes
Has the excitement of Hard Knocks caused folks to expect too much from Detroit?
Not that we needed much of a reminder, but the Lions were not one of the luckier teams in 2021. Just how unlucky were they? Ty Schalter of FiveThirtyEight breaks it down.
The Lions dropped their own training camp documentary series, giving a behind-the-scenes look at Hard Knocks, and even more on-field moments. .
In an appearance on The Pivot podcast, the Lions quarterback discussed personal growth, his drive to get back to the Super Bowl, and putting in hard work.
He attributes the ease to his size and physicality.
With his 2021 season cut short, Frank Ragnow is chomping at the bit to once again lead the Lions’ offensive line.
He’s done his rookie duty.
The Lions may have already caught a break for their Week 2 matchup against the Commanders.
Lions WR DJ Chark told one reporter it’s "night and day" compared to his experiences with the Jaguars.
Despite lingering tension between he and the organization, Johnson is willing to mentor rookie receiver Jameson Williams. ESPN’s Eric Woodyard has more on the possible pairing.
No Lions made the backup list either.
The Lions’ star center continues to give us more reasons to love and cheer him on.
"The Lions are on the right track," ESPN’s Bill Barnwell says.
The Athletic’s Chris Burke and Nick Baumgardner sat down with Johnson to watch film, and learn more on how the Lions can take the next step in 2022.
Detroit Lions 2021 third-round pick Alim McNeill showed enough in his rookie season—and has enough working in his favor this year—that he could have a breakout season in 2022.
Peter King came away impressed with the Detroit Lions GM and how he relates to his players.
Detroit Lions’ team historian and former VP of communications Bill Keenist joined the Detroit Lions Podcast to take listeners on an awesome trip down memory lane.
Ben Raven of Mlive hopped on the latest episode of "A Good Football Show" and talked about how Hockenson should benefit from less attention being devoted to stopping him.
It’s not a surprise, but statistics support the eye test that Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson needs to do more with the ball after his catches.
The division boasts some the leagues best backs.
Once upon a time, the Detroit Lions were a dynasty. How does their history rank among all NFL franchises?
"He’s in every one of our special teams meetings, locked in." Detroit Lions assistant special teams coach Jett Modkins said of Jameson Williams.
It doesn’t feel like it, but it’s been more than six years since Decker first arrived in Detroit. Heading into his seventh season, Decker shares some of what goes into his preparation.
Both seem like a sure thing tbh.
In what is now a crowded wide receiver room, most believe Quintez Cephus is likely going to have to work for a roster spot. Former All-Pro Herman Moore doesn’t see it that way.
The trailblazer made a brief stop in Detroit along his incredible journey.
Superstar halfback finished his career in Detroit, but was already a familiar name throughout the 1950s.
"His best football is ahead of him," one CBS Sports analyst says.
The Lions added talent to the wide receiver room this offseason. Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press explains why that won’t slow down St. Brown.
The Lions media staff has done it again.
Can you smell what chef DeShon is cooking?
Record predictions are always fun. Let’s party.
The Lions sixth round pick is putting his off-the-ball linebacker duties on hold so he can focus on his edge rushing.