Detroit Lions Transactions
Lions reverse their Saturday practice squad moves.
The Lions added some depth on special teams after having to scramble for a kicker this week.
Ryan Santoso takes Austin Seibert’s job while he is on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Flowers misses practice again, Lions hoping to get him ready by Sunday.
The Lions will have to replace their No. 1 kicker and receiver this week.
Lions add more depth to their secondary and return game.
The Lions added some offensive tackle depth to their 53-man roster, as they continue to adjust to life without Decker.
Lions adding veteran secondary depth after Jeff Okudah’s injury.
The Lions have filled their practice squad vacancy, but still have two spots on the 53-man roster open.
The Lions have created two roster spots, and it looks like we know how they are going to fill one.
The Lions made it official by moving Okudah to IR.
The Decker move to IR is official, Kraemer signed in a corresponding move.
The Lions starting left tackle will miss at least the next three games, possibly more.
Lions add depth to the offensive line group.
Both players are eligible to return this season, as early as three weeks from today.
There’s still an open spot and a couple of reported names out there.
The Lions move on from another veteran receiver, as anticipated.
The trimming of the roster continues.
Both players will revert back to the Lions if they clear waivers.
Not many surprises among the Lions cuts on Monday evening.
The Lions’ starting defensive tackle should be back at practice, while Detroit’s TE3 job is starting to come into focus.
An hybrid athlete who played FB/TE and EDGE at Ohio State.
The Lions made a few moves to get down to the roster
The Lions roster is down to 87 players. There will be two more moves coming before Tuesday’s deadline.
Tough break for the veteran cornerback, as the Lions’ secondary depth takes a big hit.
Leake is a spark plug player with return ability.
The quest to find a kicker rolls on.
Lions adding depth to their secondary.
Reeves-Maybin needs to acclimate quickly and work his way back into the mix.