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Tavon Wilson seeks to throw out suits against him

Detroit Lions safety Tavon Wilson denies he punched a former girlfriend during an altercation last year, according to TMZ. Per TMZ, Alanda Jackson, the mother of Wilson’s 3-year-old, has filed suit against Wilson, alleging that he broke her nose during the melee. Jackson got into a verbal altercation with Wilson’s current girlfriend at a nightclub…

Drew Stanton thinks NFL has a QB development problem

Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton entered the league as a second-round pick of the Lions in 2007 and has spent the last decade serving as a backup in Detroit, Indianapolis and Arizona. Stanton has seen a lot of quarterbacks move through the league over that time and that experience has left him with strong views about…

Detroit Lions' Tavon Wilson Accused of Attacking Baby Mama, Denies Allegation (UPDATE)

1:38 PM PT -- We spoke to Wilson's lawyer, Mark Schamel, who tells us, "There's video of the incident that shows Ms. Leach is attacked. Mr. Wilson is a witness, Ms. Leach is the victim and Ms. Jackson is the defendant."  "She's been charged…

Detroit Lions: Matt Stafford payday coming in light of Derek Carr deal

The Oakland Raiders paid quarterback Derek Carr the richest contract in NFL history earlier in the week. Carr and the Raiders aren’t the only winners in this deal. What happens now is the bar raises to another level when it comes to placing value on quarterbacks in the NFL. Show More Summary

Eric Ebron feels Lions’ additions at tight end will help him maximize production

With the additions of Darren Fells in free agency and the selection of Michael Roberts in the NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions have added some heft to their tight end position behind starter Eric Ebron. Ebron, who posted career-highs in receptions and yards last year for Detroit, feels that bringing Fells and Roberts into the

Lions defensive tackle Khyri Thornton suspended six games

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Khyri Thornton has been suspended for the first six games of the 2017 season.

Lions' Thornton suspended 6 games for 2017 season

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Khyri Thornton has been suspended 6 games for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy        

Detroit Lions DT Khyri Thornton suspended six games

The Detroit Lions will be without defensive tackle Khyri Thornton for the first six games of the upcoming NFL season. The player was suspended for a violation of the league’s PED policy. His first game back would be on October 29 against the Pittsburgh Steelers at home. Show More Summary

Bob Quinn “confident” deal gets done with Matthew Stafford

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford said recently that he has not been paying much attention to contract matters this offseason, but plenty of other people have been keeping an eye on Detroit as Stafford heads toward the final year of his current contract. The contract is also on the mind of Lions General Manager Bob Quinn,…

Anquan Boldin happy to wait until training camp to sign

Receiver Anquan Boldin remains a free agent with just over a month before training camps are set to open across the NFL. After catching 67 passes for 584 yards and eight touchdowns last year for the Detroit Lions, the 36-year old Boldin remains unemployed. But Boldin is fretting about not being on an NFL roster…

Lions sign 3rd-round pick wide receiver Kenny Golladay

The Detroit Lions have all of their draft picks under contract, signing 3rd-round selection Kenny Golladay        

5 position battles to watch in Detroit Lions training camp

Left tackle and nickel cornerback are among the top spots to be determined this summer        

Detroit Lions: Can They Put Last Season’s Late Fade Behind Them?

This past season, we saw teams like the Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers rebound from sluggish starts to either win division titles or reach the playoffs. On the other hand, the Detroit Lions were sitting at 9-4 with three games to play. Show More Summary

Lions, Glover Quin have talked about extension

Earlier this offseason, Lions safety Glover Quin said that he’d like to sign an extension that keeps him in Detroit. The Lions appear to feel the same way. Quin said that the two sides have had talks about a new deal with Quin heading into the final year of his current pact. Quin turned 31…

Rams' Jared Goff, Todd Gurley react to trade that sent Greg Robinson to Lions

The trade that sent struggling offensive tackle Greg Robinson from the Rams to the Detroit Lions came as a shock to quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley. Robinson, the No. 2 pick in the 2014 draft, went to the Lions in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2018 draft. The trade...

The Lions are giving Greg Robinson the chance to be more than a ‘draft bust’

Retired NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz sees a golden opportunity for Greg Robinson to revive his career and keep the Lions’ playoff hopes alive in 2017. The Detroit Lions were a surprise playoff team in 2016. Now, they’re looking to build on that season, and one of the driving forces behind that is general manager Bob Quinn. Show More Summary

The trade of Greg Robinson, and the domino effect preceding it, illustrates a new way of thinking by ther Rams

The writing was on the wall well before the Rams traded Greg Robinson to the Detroit Lions early Thursday morning for a sixth-round draft pick. So we won’t give them  too much credit for acting decisively and wisely in completing the trade, which puts to rest the inglorious three-year career of a player for whom […]

Rams trade offensive lineman Greg Robinson to Detroit Lions for draft pick

The Rams have traded struggling offensive tackle Greg Robinson, the No. 2 pick in the 2014 draft, to the Detroit Lions for an undisclosed 2018 draft pick, the team announced Thursday. According to reports, the Rams will receive a sixth-round pick. “We appreciate his dedication and the effort he’s...

Lions acquire OT Robinson from Rams and sign OT Kouandjio

The Detroit Lions bolstered their offensive line to make up for the potential loss of tackle Taylor Decker        

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