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Joique Bell Injury: Updates on Lions RB's Recovery from Achilles Surgery

Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell has been placed on the physically unable to perform list while he recovers from an Achilles surgery, and he is uncertain when he will be able to return. Continue for updates. Bell, Caldwell Comment on RB's Recovery Tuesday, Aug. Show More Summary

Former Lions running back Mel Farr dies at 70

Former Detroit Lions running back Mel Farr has passed away at the age of 70, the team confirmed on Monday night. Farr, the 1967 NFL offensive rookie of the year, was a two-time Pro Bowl selection during his seven seasons with the Lions. Farr had 739 carries for 3,072 yards and 26 touchdowns during his…

Mel Farr, Former Detroit Lions Running Back, Dies at 70

Former Detroit Lions running back Mel Farr died Monday. He was 70 years old. Paula Pasche of the Daily Tribune noted that the Lions confirmed his death late Monday night. Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press passed along an updateShow More Summary

Detroit Lions: 5 Players Under Most Pressure to Perform This Preseason

The anticipation for the Detroit Lions season is building with the kickoff of training camp. It's also ramped up the pressure for five players either on the cusp of the playing rotation or the roster. Queen might have been describing...Show More Summary

Predicting Detroit Lions' First Wave of Roster Cuts

September's first dawn will be filled with handwringing and an unhealthy obsession with Twitter for a lot of players. They'll be biding their time by checking the latest rumors until their teams have to cut their rosters down to 75 men ( 4 p.m. Show More Summary

Report: Lions trade Mohammed Seisay to Seahawks

The Seahawks and Lions have reportedly hooked up for a trade that adds a cornerback to the mix in Seattle. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports that the Seahawks have sent an undisclosed 2016 draft pick to Detroit in exchange for cornerback Mohammed Seisay. Seisay was an undrafted rookie last season and initially made…

Complete Detroit Lions Training Camp Preview

The Detroit Lions love to make their fans wait. It's been 14 years since the franchise last recorded a playoff win. And the team has technically never won the NFC North, with its last divisional title coming in 1993 when it was known...Show More Summary

Gosder Cherilus back to Detroit for visit

Tackle Gosder Cherilus spent the first five years of his career with the Lions and he may get a chance to resume his career there after being released by the Colts. Cherilus visited with the Bills on Wednesday, but, according to multiple reports, will be in Detroit on Thursday to renew acquaintances with the Lions.…

Top Position Battle to Watch in Detroit Lions Training Camp

The Detroit Lions open training camp from Allen Park, Michigan, on August 2. What is the top position battle to watch at Lions camp? Who can earn a starting role and emerge as a vital player in Detroit? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms break down the Lions' position battle to watch in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Predicting Detroit Lions Training-Camp Standouts

As you're reading this, rookies and a few veterans are milling about Allen Park. It's (almost) finally here! It's been over a month since the Detroit Lions have done anything on the field together. Thankfully for Detroit, the news around the team has been silent. Show More Summary

Why Ryan Broyles Has Everything to Prove in Detroit Lions' Training Camp

One player doesn't make a training camp successful, but one training camp has the power to define a career. For the Detroit Lions, it's Ryan Broyles who must put it all on the line next month. The intriguing and injury-plagued talent is running out of time and options. There's a ton of fan interest in Broyles, and rightfully so. Show More Summary

Why 2015 May Be Detroit Lions' Best Chance to Put All the Pieces Together

A confluence of events isn't conspiring to make the Detroit Lions champions. But there are a set of circumstances that have arisen to makes 2015 Detroit's best chance to win a Super Bowl as opposed to any following year. Obviously, it doesn't mean that they will. Show More Summary

Darius Slay: Not much difference between Detroit’s D and Seattle’s

The Seahawks are widely regarded as having the best defense in the NFL over the last few years, but Lions cornerback Darius Slay says the defense in Detroit is as good as the defense in Seattle. “We’ve got the same kind of talent they got,” Slay told the Detroit Free Press. “They ain’t too much…

What to Watch for in Detroit Lions Training Camp

The Detroit Lions open training camp in Allen Park, Michigan, on August 2. What are the top storylines to watch for at Lions camp? How will the Lions begin to replace Ndamukong Suh? Watch as Rayven Tirado and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms break down what to watch for at Lions camp in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Detroit Lions: Grading the Strength of Every Position Unit Before Camps Begin

Every day and every article brings the start of training camp—and the season—closer. It's beautiful. And frustrating. I've found that I'll do anything to pass the time. In the past month, there have been five doctor appointments, an eye exam and a molar filling. I've even started going to the gym and volunteering to take friends to the airport. Show More Summary

How Does Detroit Lions Coaching Staff Rank in the NFC North?

Coaching can change everything. The Detroit Lions went from a middle-of-the-pack defense (23.5 points allowed per game in 2013) to a top-tier unit last year (17.6) with largely the same talent. The only difference was a new defensive coordinator and strong safety. That was enough to catapult Detroit's win total and secure a playoff spot. Show More Summary

Predicting the Winners of the Detroit Lions' Biggest Training-Camp Battles

The Detroit Lions are boring. There won't be any national spots on their intense quarterback competition. None of their position battles landed in Peter King's 10 best storylines of the summer. Of course, Ndamukong Suh did. Despite the loss of Suh, the Lions didn't suffer negative upheaval at any other position. Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Training Camp: 5 Early Storylines to Watch

The Detroit Lions are the last team to open training camp for a couple reasons. For one, head coach Jim Caldwell is a players' coach. He does everything possible to make his players comfortable, and everybody loves a day off. But don't mistake it as pandering. Show More Summary

Breaking Down Detroit Lions' DE Rotation and Depth Chart

A quick glance at the Detroit Lions' defensive ends sees two returning starters and a reserve unit that's only missing one player. Yet there's something familiar when you look a little deeper. The picture is blurry—the next few unpredictable...Show More Summary

Detroit Lions: 6 Most Crucial Training Camp Position Battles to Watch

Training camp is close like a weekend on a Thursday. And just as you've been texting friends or significant others to make plans, more than a few Detroit Lions have been gearing up for their position battles. The last of the personal workouts are being hammered out. Show More Summary

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