Detroit Lions Transactions
The former Michigan State tight end returns to the Lions.
The Lions continue to make decisions on their street free agents.
The Lions continue to add depth players with upside.
The Lions 2022 offseason is underway.
The Lions offensive line gets a big boost.
Moves made in the final week are typically made with the future in mind.
The Lions offensive line could be in trouble for the season finale against the Green Bay Packers.
Lions add game depth at multiple spots.
Nelson could be OL6 and TE2 this week.
With the LB and TE positions banged up, the Lions protected their insurance.
The Detroit Lions are in a massive trouble at tight end.
The Lions add some LB depth for the future.
The Lions get their starting quarterback back.
The Detroit Lions cornerback’s season has come to an end due to a thumb injury suffered late last week.
With Goff on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Lions protect their insurance option
After his best game as a Detroit Lion, Jared Goff lands on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Lions renewed their Netflix subscription.
Welcome to the UDFA TE by committee.
The Lions aren’t out of the woods yet.
The Detroit Lions continue to shuffled their secondary due to the spread of COVID-19 throughout their defensive backs.
Lions awarded S Brady Breeze from waivers, place Jerry Jacobs on IR, Corey Ballentine on reserve/COVID
The Lions have a new, young safety, but their secondary continues to be threatened by injury and illness.
As the Lions deal with a flu and COVID outbreak, they’ve turned to their practice squad to help fill out the roster for their Week 14 game.
Detroit is in trouble everywhere on the roster.
The Lions could be without their starting gunner in Denver this weekend.
Paulo gives the Lions depth as several offensive linemen are dealing with an illness.
The Lions will have 21 days to evaluate Cornell.
Parker Ehinger will give the Lions an insurance option on the offensive line.
The Detroit Lions may have to rely on their third-string center this week against the Denver Broncos.
The Lions stud rookie right tackle will play.
Flowers will miss at least three more games due to his knee injury.
Steven Montez, Bruce Hector, Shayne Zylstra, and Aldrick Rosas are protected
Hand’s time in Detroit is over.
Goff is good to go for the Thanksgiving Day Classic.
The Lions’ starting nickelback will miss—at the very least—the next three games due to an ankle injury suffered last week.