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6 Biggest Takeaways from the Detroit Lions' OTAs

The Detroit Lions are doing actual football things! Well, sort of. The players are only rocking shells (helmets) and shoes, but it's the closest we've seen to the real thing since January 4, 2015. And it's a sign of better things to come. Organized team activities finally kicked off on May 26. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions: Creating the Blueprint for Optimal Offense in 2015

The offense was the most frustrating part of the Detroit Lions' 2014 run to the playoffs. The hope, however, is that offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi laid the foundation for future success and that his unit will merely need a renovation instead of a demolition. And the first step for any building project is a solid plan. Show More Summary

NFL pass rusher has unusual hobby: Competing in dog shows

This offseason, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end George Johnson has been engrossed in film study. It isn't film from last season, when he had six sacks with the Detroit Lions, or even clips from other defensive ends around the NFL. Johnson has his DVR set for something entirely different than football. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions: Early Rookie Progress Reports

Every player wants to hit the ground running as the new league year gets underway—none more so than the rookies. The Detroit Lions kicked off OTAs on the 26th, and everyone is excited to hear about how the shiny new toys are performing. Show More Summary

James Ihedigbo is a go for Lions OTAs after skipping workouts

Lifting weights is one thing. But when teams return to the field, guys change their minds sometimes. That’s apparently what’s happening in Detroit, as James Ihedigbo is ending his absence and reporting to OTAs this week, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. The veteran safety hasn’t taken part in any of the Lions

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

The Detroit Lions have a quarterback controversy, but there won't be any national coverage. That's probably because Matthew Stafford's job is secure. Kellen Moore's headline appeal drops off considerably once you venture outside of Michigan, with a couple of hot spots in Idaho. Show More Summary

RIP: Alex Karras

The world of football lost another legend when Alex Karras passed away today at the age of 77. The former Detroit Lion had been battling a myriad of ailments over the past few years which included dementia, stomach cancer and kidney failure, and his passing had been expected for some time. Show More Summary

Rashean Mathis thinks Lions’ defense can be better this year

Can the Lions’ defense get better despite the loss of its best player, Ndamukong Suh? Cornerback Rashean Mathis thinks so. “That’s definitely the plan,” Mathis told the Detroit Free Press. “Anything other than that wouldn’t be us. It wouldn’t be what we’re building for. Like I said, we started something but we know that consistency…

Predicting Detroit Lions' 2015 Breakout Stars

The Detroit Lions have several players on the roster ready to take the next step in 2015. Which rookie disappointment could break out next season? Which defensive player is poised for a huge year? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss breakout players for the Lions in the video above. Read more NFL news on

6 Detroit Lions Facing Make-or-Break Season in 2015

Greek philosopher Heraclitus is famous for having said that "[c] hange is the only constant in life." Who knew that he was such a huge NFL fan? Every team in the NFL—including the Detroit Lions—is continuously in a state of flux. Good...Show More Summary

Most Improved Defenses of the 2015 NFL Offseason

An improved defense can make all the difference in the NFL from year to year. Just look at the Detroit Lions, who won 11 games after jumping 12 spots to No. 3 in scoring defense last season. Or at the Buffalo Bills, whose defensive improvement from No. Show More Summary

5 Detroit Lions Players Poised for a Breakout Campaign in 2015

Seeds for the world's most important crops are hidden in a "Doomsday vault" in Norway, only to be busted out in case of a cataclysmic event. The Detroit Lions weren't so careful with their potential season-savers, as they list all of...Show More Summary

Celebrity Cribs: Dirty Detroit Lions Baller N

Ndamukong Suh Puts $3.45 Million Michigan Home On The Market Via Realtor For one lucky sports fan with a few million dollars to spare, Ndamukong Suh’s free-agent deal with the Miami Dolphins is a blessing in disguise. How so, you

Early Predictions for Detroit Lions' 2015 Training Camp Battles

The NFL never sleeps. Ever. There's no stopping the machine, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Baseball is a fun distraction, but games 33 through 136 offer the type of redundancy usually reserved for government paperwork. Sure,...Show More Summary

Detroit Lions' Biggest Obstacles to a Postseason Return

The last time the Detroit Lions had consecutive playoff appearances, the Internet was just a gleam in Al Gore's eye. Now that goal is squarely in range in 2015. Detroit brings back 16 starters and all of its specialists from a team that racked up 11 wins and came within a play or two of the franchise's first playoff victory in 14 years. Show More Summary

Who Will Win Detroit Lions' Outside Linebacker Battle

Is Tahir Whitehead out of a job? Because there unequivocally won't be a battle for the middle linebacker gig, according to head coach Jim Caldwell (h/t Kyle Meinke of Coach Jim Caldwell confirmed this week that Tulloch will...Show More Summary

Lions Still One of NFL's Top Defenses with Ngata Replacing Ndamukong Suh

The Detroit Lions traded for Haloti Ngata this offseason after losing Ndamukong Suh. Can Ngata fill the void that Suh leaves? How big of a hit will the Lions defense take? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Lions' changes on defense in the video above. Read more NFL news on

The Most Intriguing Rookie Storylines Heading into Detroit Lions OTAs

The newest Detroit Lions are marching their way through their first offseason. OTAs won't begin until the end of May, but the drama is already starting to simmer. Of course, not all storylines are created equal. There won't be a serious...Show More Summary

Stafford says Lions’ line is better than before, “like night and day”

The Lions added three offensive linemen during the NFL draft, and Matthew Stafford couldn’t be happier. After Detroit used its first-round pick on guard Laken Tomlinson, acquired guard Manny Ramirez in a trade with the Broncos and then spent its seventh-round pick on tackle Corey Robinson, Stafford said he thinks there’s a lot more talent…

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