Detroit Lions Roster
Let’s take a look at the Detroit Lions’ first unofficial 2022 depth chart and compare it to what we are seeing on the field during training camp.
This past offseason, the NFL made several changes to how teams can use the PUP/NFI lists and the Detroit Lions are considering using them during the roster reduction phase.
A closer look at the Detroit Lions roster bubble on offense, and which players have helped—or hurt—their cases.
With the lights turned on at Ford Field, Detroit Lions wide receiver DJ Chark shined the brightest in the team’s scrimmage.
Will the Lions end up keeping three QBs or is this the year they stick with just two and keep extra depth elsewhere?
An updated 2022 Detroit Lions depth chart based on the first two weeks of training camp practices.
The Detroit Lions put pads on for the first time in 2022 training camp, and the offensive line used the opportunity to remind people how dominant they can be.
A look at which Detroit Lions players are trending up and down after one week of training camp.
The Lions increased their team drills on Friday and Will Harris made his case for a starting role with several big plays.
Observations from Day 2 of Detroit Lions 2022 training camp include how Jared Goff is taking ownership over the offense.
A look at the players on the 2022 Detroit Lions roster who cracked the top 30 in our rankings.
Considering how the former Hawkeye tight end was originally billed—and the flashes he’s shown in his first three seasons—now’s the time for Hockenson to realize his ceiling.
Three more Lions players will miss the start of training camp: Jason Cabinda, C.J. Moore, and Dan Skipper.
A look at the Detroit Lions players we ranked between 40-31 on the 2022 roster.
Former Michigan playmaker Devin Funchess will have a chance to resurrect his career with the Detroit Lions, but his contract illustrates he’s going to have to earn his spot.
We make predictions on which Detroit Lions defensive players, who are entering training camp on the roster bubble, will make the 53-man roster.
Plus, who’s going to start for the linebackers?
The Detroit Lions return most of their top special teams contributors from last season but there are still a few wide open battles, including at kicker and gunner.
Continuing our rankings of the Detroit Lions’ 89-man roster for the 2022 season.
The Pride of Detroit staff makes their pre-training camp predictions on which players on the offensive roster bubble will make the 53-man roster.
The Detroit Lions' safety depth chart looks pretty straightforward, but could there be any surprises in the starting lineup or amongst their depth roles?
A look at the players who will be entering training camp right around the roster bubble—according to our own rankings.
The Detroit Lions are expecting to have a heated competition for roster spots at the linebacker level, as every role is up for grabs.
These players all have a pretty decent shot of competing for a roster spot, but they will be on the outside looking in during training camp.
The Detroit Lions have shifted their defensive philosophy and appear to have prioritized their EDGE players after drafting three of them this past draft. But how many will make the roster?
Most of the Detroit Lions players listed in this group should be considered long shots, but there are a couple of names who could/should make the roster.
The change in defensive philosophy has lowered the need for a deep defensive tackle depth chart, but are the Detroit Lions too light with only six true interior defensive players on the roster?
Will DeShon Elliott be Brad Holmes’ latest underrated signing or will he fall into the category of one-year misses?
A look at the player on the Detroit Lions roster who have the most work to do entering training camp.
The Detroit Lions currently have nine interior offensive linemen on their roster, but the odds are almost half of them won’t make the team.
The Detroit Lions have five offensive tackles on the roster but how many will they keep and which players are fighting for jobs?
The Detroit Lions have eight tight ends on their roster but none of the roles beyond T.J. Hockenson being the starter are decided.
The Detroit Lions have overturned their wide receiver room in just two short offseason and the battles for the last few spots will make for a fun training camp.