Former rugby league player Jarryd Hayne has signed an NFL rookie contract with the San Francisco 49ers, as per the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The 27-year-old also received offers from the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks, but last Friday accepted a $100,000 deal with 49ers. It is a move that could only be described as daring. Show More Summary
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was not given the franchise tag by the Detroit Lions and is now set to become a free agent, according to Lions writer Tim Twentyman. Where are the potential landing spots for Suh ? Is there a chance he's...Show More Summary
In the end, the Detroit Lions couldn't justify placing the franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. The #Lions will not place the franchise tag on DT Ndamukong Suh. — Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) March 2, 2015 It would have cost...Show More Summary
Ndamukong Suh appears headed to the open market, and the star defensive tackle will be the most coveted NFL free agent available unless the Detroit Lions are able to strike a deal to keep him in place in the next week.
Apparently the Lions aren't fans of paying Suh $27 million in 2015.
The decision was difficult, mostly because Ndamukong Suh was the player the Detroit Lions had built so much of their defense around for the past five seasons and into the foreseeable future. To put a franchise tag on Suh -- a decision...Show More Summary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Ndamukong Suh was recently in Nashville. His strength coach from Nebraska is now at Vanderbilt, and I was told Suh plans on spending even more time this offseason with James Dobson. Detroit Lions defensive line coach...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions on Monday announced that they would not be using the franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who will become an unrestricted free agent on March 10 unless he and the Lions can work out a new long-term contract before then. Suh would have counted nearly $27 million against the salary cap […]
The Detroit Lions may want to keep defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, but the team isn't willing to pay $26.9 million to do so. According to Tim Twentyman of the team's official website, the Lions won't be using the franchise tag on Suh: In...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions have a week to strike a new deal with Ndamukong Suh or the defensive tackle will hit the free agency market. The Detroit Lions will not use the franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, according to Tim Twentyman...Show More Summary
For once, the Detroit Lions won't enter free agency with a large shopping list, but the lack of length doesn't mean the items will be easy to attain. The first priority on this list won't surprise anyone. The entire offseason seems to...Show More Summary
Lilit Avagyan And Reggie Bush Expecting Second Child Lilit Avagyan’s second gut full of Reggie Bush has been confirmed. The football player who was just released from the Detroit Lions, was recently spotted by paps out in L.A. with
The Detroit Lions have parted ways with running back Reggie Bush, as ESPN reported. Who could replace Reggie Bush in Detroit? What type of running back are the Lions targeting? Watch above as Stephen Nelson and Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press discuss the Lions' options. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Mike Florio breaks down the latest on Adrian Peterson with Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press and gives the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals some free advice with their offseason to do lists. Mike goes in depth about what the Lions need to do before the 2015 season with Dave Birkett of the Detroit…
It sucks to be released... no doubt... but Reggie Bush tells TMZ Sports he's not giving up on the NFL just because he got cut by the Detroit Lions. Just 24 hours after the Lions announced the move, Bush was out at Madeo in Beverly Hills...…
The Detroit Lions enter free agency with one of those "good" problems—the team is already competitive. General manager Martin Mayhew's focus will rightly be centered on retaining his own players that head coach Jim Caldwell guided to an 11-5 record. Show More Summary
Matt Millen so mismanaged the Detroit Lions during his eight-year run as general manager that people forget that he won four Super Bowls as a linebacker during his playing career.
There are two things the Detroit Lions desperately need as the franchise tries to win its first playoff game in more than 20 years: Defensive linemen and offensive linemen. Though it is somewhat likely the Lions will go with one of those...Show More Summary
Teams around the league are beginning to prepare for free agency. That was evident on Wednesday as the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions both made big moves to free up spending money. Green Bay released linebacker A.J. Hawk, the team's all-time leader in tackles, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. Show More Summary
Reggie Bush helped the Detroit Lions reach the NFL playoffs last season, but it was apparently not enough for the Lions to retain the former USC star.