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Reggie Bush -- Check Out My New $200k Watch!

Reggie Bush's swag just hit Jay Z levels -- 'cause the NFL star just got himself a brand new $200,000 timepiece from the rap mogul's favorite watch company... TMZ Sports has learned. The Detroit Lions running back was flashing a Tourbillon…

How the Detroit Lions Defense Can Attack Eli Manning and the Giants Passing Game

The Detroit Lions kick off the 2014 NFL season by welcoming Eli Manning and the New York Giants to Ford Field. The Giants are a familiar opponent. These two faced off in Detroit in Week 16 last season, a game the Giants won 23-20 in overtime. Show More Summary

Calvin Johnson healthy entering season

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- He missed practices last season as a way to try and preserve himself, as a way to make sure that when things mattered on Sundays, he would be able to participate with the rest of the Detroit Lions. Calvin Johnson, though, would rather not watch practices from the sidelines. Show More Summary

Lions practice report: Three still out

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- James Ihedigbo's resting tour continued Tuesday, as the safety sat out his second straight practice for "rest," as he put it Monday after practice. Meanwhile, Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell had said earlier that Ihedigbo was receiving treatment, typically meaning there is at least some undisclosed ailment going on. Show More Summary

ESPN The Mag profiles Ndamukong Suh

Detroit Lions' Ndamukong Suh is one of the most complex and polarizing players in the NFL. He has immense talent, yet sometimes crosses the line, be it throwing around quarterbacks or stomping on opponents. But who is Suh, really? It...Show More Summary

Why J.J. Watt's contract affects Suh

If the Detroit Lions front office woke up this morning a little bit queasy, it would be somewhat understandable, and it has nothing to do with their present and everything to do with their future. The Lions took a gamble when they were unable to get a deal done with star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh before the start of the season. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Player Hires Personal Chef After Getting Demoted, Loses 15 Pounds And Wins Job Back

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley has had a tumultuous preseason, but it looks like it's ending on a high note. In May the Lions declined to pick up Fairley's $5.5-million option for the 2015-16 season — a sign that they were unconvinced that the former No. Show More Summary

2014 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings: Week 1

The smell of football is in the air. Here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 1 fantasy football wide receiver rankings. 1. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions Megatron has averaged 1,712.3 yards and 11 touchdowns over the past three seasons. Show More Summary

James Ihedigbo says he's just resting

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- James Ihedigbo hasn’t played in two weeks. He didn’t even travel to Buffalo for the Detroit Lions' preseason finale against the Bills. If you listen to the Lions’ starting safety, though, he is not concerned. “I’m just resting,” Ihedigbo said Monday. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Will Look to Feature RBs Often in Passing Game

The Detroit Lions are coming off a season where two different running backs each posted more than 500 receiving yards. Expect even more aerial production from the backfield in the new offense in 2014. Offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi comes from New Orleans, where the Saints also made liberal use of the backs as receiving targets. Show More Summary

Lions report: James Ihedigbo sits out

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- The Detroit Lions still have a week to go until they open the season against the New York Giants, but they have slowly begun preparing for the team that knocked them out of playoff contention last season. Lions coach...Show More Summary

Lions release unofficial depth chart

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Monday afternoon, Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell said he would not speak on who some of his starters were until the team released a depth chart. The Lions have done that, and potentially revealed some opening-game starters. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions cut-down analysis

Some thoughts as the Detroit Lions set their initial 53-man roster Saturday: Most significant move: The biggest surprise among the Lions’ cuts came at the position with the toughest overall competition. Kris Durham was tabbed a starter...Show More Summary

Report: Detroit Lions release Kris Durham

The Detroit Lions have had a very tight wide receiver competition -- and the one player who might have ended up cut is somewhat of a surprise. The Detroit Free Press has reported the Lions are cutting WR Kris Durham, who started 13 games...Show More Summary

Report: Lions to cut Mikel Leshoure

Since the beginning of the 2013 season, Mikel Leshoure has just wanted a chance to play and prove himself. It now appears he will be attempting to do that somewhere other than with the Detroit Lions. The Detroit Free Press is reporting...Show More Summary

Detroit Lions: Immediate 53-Man Roster-Cut Predictions Post-Buffalo Bills Game

The Detroit Lions have until Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET to cut 22 players. And all anyone cares about is whether the third-string quarterback—Kellen Moore—will make the cut. We'll get to that discussion when appropriate, but don't skip the rest. Show More Summary

Sammy Watkins Injury: Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Suffers Second Rib Injury

Sammy Watkins suffered another injury to his already battered ribs in the team’s preseason finale, causing Buffalo Bills fans to hold their collective breath and wait for news of its severity. In a 23-0 loss to the Detroit Lions, Watkins was hit hard by linebacker Ashlee Palmer and was taken to the sidelines, where he

Observation Deck: Detroit Lions

If Kellen Moore were trying to make a case to Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew and head coach Jim Caldwell for inclusion on the team’s 53-man roster, he certainly did it Thursday night. Moore, who played the majority of the...Show More Summary

With Van Noy, lousy Lions trend continues

Maybe the Detroit Lions should think about forgoing second-round picks for the immediate future. This is not a serious statement, of course, but considering the lack of immediate success -- or any success at all -- the team’s second-round...Show More Summary

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