Detroit Lions Notes
Who will shine on Monday Night Football in Tyrell Williams’ absence?
The latest Sights and Sounds features the Lions’ attempted comeback.
For the sports bettors in the crowd - did the Lions get you, too?
For Marlowe, this weekend means more than just his Lions debut.
"We’re going to coach our butts off in whatever we want to do."
Don’t sleep on Campbell’s Xs and Os.
The Lions parted ways with the injured offensive tackle, but it could be the first move in preparation to bring him bck.
The defensive lineman is already attracting some eyes.
The veteran DL is still getting physically ready, but mentally he’s ahead of the game.
The behind the scenes series followed the Lions to Heinz Field last week.
The Athletic takes a look at the contrasting ways NFL coaches are handling a three-game preseason.
Not bad for an undrafted corner out of Kansas State.
The buddies unite but this time on the field.
Berry: "When he has gotten an opportunity, he has produced."
The safety is primed to turn it around this season, the analytics website says.
One former NFL player came away impressed with Detroit’s offensive line after the preseason opener.
Unfortunately not completely new material, but still enjoyable.
The former Lions WR is having a ton of success after his playing career.
I think it’s fair to say Tate sees a little of himself in the Lions rookie.
"We feel like they need to play."
The head coach believes the offensive line and backs will feed off each other.
The 33-year-old former Lion is joining the media side of the NFL.
Lions fans will have to find a new hub for tailgating this year.
"Did you end up getting that rash figured out?"
Walker calls his new starting quarterback an ‘amazing guy’ and a vocal leader.
Not just to his teammates or his coaches, but to the Detroit community.
Get back in Ford Field this year!
It’s not last place?
The NFL is sending a clear message to players on just what going unvaccinated in 2021 could cost.
Detroit has hired Tori Petry’s replacement, and she’s a home-grown talent.
Thanks, I hate it.
According to one analyst’s data, he rarely did it in 2020.
Before you get annoyed, the analyst does give a nod to No. 9’s success in Detroit.