Detroit Lions Quotes
The players and coaches have a newfound collaborative effort on game days.
The Lions defense didn’t do a lot of good things on Sunday, but their third-down performance is something to build upon.
The Lions are holding a 5-man linebacker competition every week in practice.
Keep an eye on Daryl Worley for a potential promotion.
The Lions aren’t budging from their initial plans... yet.
St. Brown knows the importance of blocking from his wide receiver crew thanks to his days as a running back.
Lions cornerbacks insist that social media doesn’t know the nature of the relationship between Okudah and Pleasant.
Good, but not good enough for the first-round pick.
The Lions are preaching discipline for an unpredictable 49ers offense coming to town.
Holmes saw a player who could improve the roster and wasn’t willing to gamble on missing out on him.
A breakdown of the most important points from the Lions GM’s press conference.
Jacobs talked about his arduous journey to the Lions’ 53-man roster.
But, for real, the Lions are going to add a kicker.
Just give him time... and reps.
Jeff Okudah has been making some good plays, and Glenn thinks that shouldn’t be overshadowed by one poor play.
The rookies and other young players could see plenty of playing time in 2021.
Kennedy making the most of his opportunity.
The Lions’ new long snapper has had a long journey to land a starting job, and he got it in one of the most unexpected places.
Campbell takes blame for difficult, unpopular decision.
The rookie defensive tackle believes his injury should not be a problem going forward.
The second-year guard hated spending his rookie season on the bench, but he used the opportunity to get better.
It’s all about getting a proper evaluation on players.
Despite receiving interest from six or seven other teams, the veteran corner chose the Lions.
Wash thinks the rookie can be an "exceptional nose guard in this league."
Campbell did not hold back his assessment of Detroit’s young tight end depth.
The Lions owner has impressed the NFL commissioner.
Detroit’s first-year receiver finds an advantage in the challenge provided across the ball.
He doesn’t want all-out brawls at practice, but sees their value.
Sewell has moved past the tough transition back to right tackle, and is looking right at home now.
Okudah opened up about his rookie-season mistakes and how he has already benefited from them.
The veteran DT is impressed by what he sees in Detroit already.
Jared Goff is doing things Brad Holmes never saw in LA.
Fells believes his role can help Hockenson get into the end zone—and thrive once he gets there.
Jackson believes the sky is the limit with this offensive line.
The Lions still like Gurley, but they may not be as eager to sign him as they led on.