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Charlie Sanders, Hall of Famer With the Detroit Lions, Dies at 68

Sanders, a tight end for the Lions from 1968 to 1977, helped redefine a position that had been traditionally reserved for stolid blockers.

3 Forgotten Factors That Could Help Minnesota Vikings Shock the NFL World

The Minnesota Vikings play in the incredibly difficult NFC North, where they have to face the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions twice a year. Why could the Vikings surprise this season? What makes them contenders in 2015? Watch asShow More Summary

Celebrity Cribs: Come Take A Look Inside Swir

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Reggie Bush Puts $2.5 Million Michigan On The Market For Sale Looks like Reggie Reg is movin’ on to better things… Via Realtor Former Detroit Lion Reggie Bush is going out with a roar: The newly minted San Francisco 49er

Detroit Lions: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Right Tackle

The Detroit Lions' front office spent some time this offseason retooling the offensive line. Most would agree with Josh Katzenstein of the Detroit News that the unit should be better than last year: On paper, the Lions OL will be better, but paper doesn't play in September. Show More Summary

Lions great Charlie Sanders dies at 68

Charlie Sanders, a Hall of Fame tight end and one of the greatest players in Detroit Lions history, has died at the age of 68. Sanders recently revealed that he was battling cancer. Born and raised in North Carolina, Sanders played his college football at Minnesota, where he was an All-Big Ten tight end and…

How Do the Detroit Lions Stack Up Against the Rest of the NFC North?

Do the Detroit Lions finally have what they need to take down the Green Bay Packers? Or should they be more concerned about the rising Minnesota Vikings? And don't forget about the Chicago Bears! Actually, go ahead. Most of the league will have by Week 10 anyway. In all seriousness, the NFC North should be hotly contested in 2015. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions to Host First LGBT Pride Night in the NFL

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce says that the Detroit Lions are set to host the first LGBT Pride night of any NFL team this fall. The Detroit Free Press reports: James Felton Keith, CEO of the organization, said the group will host what… The post Detroit Lions to Host First LGBT Pride Night in the NFL appeared first on Towleroad.

Setting Realistic Expectations for Each Detroit Lions Rookie

Every year, fantasy footballers and fans get whipped into a frenzy about the incoming rookie class. It often leads to unreasonable expectations and overbidding in fantasy drafts. Just ask Eric Ebron. The Detroit Lions, like every franchise, do their best to shield their hand-selected recruits from this unnecessary weight. Show More Summary

Report: Detroit Lions to host LGBT pride event during game in October

The Detroit Lions are set to host what is believed to be the NFL's first LGBT night, according to a report in the Detroit Free Press.

Lions RB Joique Bell: 'I’m going to rush for over 1,200 yards'

Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell is coming off knee and Achilles surgeries, but he’s confident about his ability to produce in a big way in 2015. How confident is Bell? He guaranteed a career year in an interview with “I’m going to rush for over 1,200 yards,” Bell said. Show More Summary

6 Players Who Might Find Themselves on Detroit Lions Practice Squad in 2015

Not all NFL dreams are dashed once the rosters are trimmed to 53 players. A maximum of 10 hopeful prospects can be added to the practice squad, so long as they don't have an accrued season (active for six or more games), per the league's...Show More Summary

Lions fan Marko Beslach fined for aiming laser pointer at Bills players last year

Marko Beslach thought he was giving his favorite team, the Detroit Lions, an advantage by shining a laser pointer at Buffalo Bills players during a game at Ford Field last October. Little did Beslach know that the laser pointer would...Show More Summary

Golden Tate -- I Puked During Insane Workout with Jimmy Clausen

Golden Tate says he and his old Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen are still BFFs -- barf friends forever -- because they recently trained so hard during an off-season workout... Tate blew chunks.  The Detroit Lions star…

3 Forgotten Factors That Could Help Detroit Lions Shock the NFL World

The Detroit Lions may have lost some big names in the 2015 offseason, including Ndamukong Suh and Reggie Bush, but there are reasons to be hopeful. Why should fans be confident about the Lions? Where did they improve? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Lions' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Predicting the Last 5 In, Last 5 out for Detroit Lions' Final 53 Man Roster

The Detroit Lions roster might see an addition or two before training camp kicks off in late July, but the bulk of it will look much like it does now. So even though it's early, we can look ahead to whose roster bubble will burst come September. Obviously, a lot can occur in between now and Week 1. Show More Summary

5 Positions Detroit Lions Must Address After 2015 Season

Foresight isn't a lost art because it's never been found. History repeats itself far too often for anyone to claim they're thinking beyond that impulse pair of shoes or that Vegas trip that left them a bit short on rent. But the NFL might be the only place where most people—sorry, Daniel Snyder—aren't just thinking about the upcoming season. Show More Summary

Former Lions coach Tommy Hudspeth dies at 83

Tommy Hudspeth, who spent two years as head coach of the Detroit Lions, has died at the age of 83. Hudspeth, who was also head coach at BYU, UTEP and for the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts, died of cancer in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A 1953 graduate of the University of Tulsa, Hudspeth spent two years…

Detroit Lions: Full Position Breakdown and Depth-Chart Analysis at Cornerback

Change can be both good and bad. Often times, we fear change, but it almost always works out for the better. That's exactly how the Detroit Lions ended up here. With Bill Bentley's release the longest-tenured CB in Detroit is Darius Slay. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Offseason State of the Union

When the president gives his annual State of the Union speech, pundits break down every syllable and search for nuanced meaning. You're never going to get anything close to that from the Detroit Lions' braintrust. The most insightful thing general manager Martin Mayhew ever said referenced the injury his young nickelback suffered last year. Show More Summary

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