Lions fill final roster spot by signing DB R.J. Stanford

According to reports, the Detroit Lions have filled their final roster spot by signing defensive back, R.J. Stanford. The #Lions have signed defensive back R.J. Stanford to fill their final roster spot. — Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) July 28, 2015 Since 2010, Stanford has played with the Panthers, Dolphins and Bengals and could add some … Read more

Breaking down the new faces at Lions training camp

[tps_header]There are plenty of new faces who will be at Lions training camp this year. Some who will make the team, some who will not. Here is an introduction to those new faces at Lions training camp who were not with the team last year.[/tps_header]

2015 Preview: Detroit Lions Defense

When writing a preview of the 2015 Detroit Lions upcoming defensive outlook, it’s difficult to start anywhere other than with the departure of Ndamukong Suh, who left via free agency to join the Miami Dolphins this season. Suh signed a six year, $114 million contract, of which $60 million is guaranteed. A Ford Field favorite, and … Read more

It’s time for Matthew Stafford to put the doubters to rest

When the Detroit Lions selected Matthew Stafford with the first pick of the 2009 NFL Draft I was not thrilled. Don’t get me wrong, I knew that quarterback was and is the most important position on a football team, but I just did not see Stafford becoming a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in the NFL. The … Read more

Detroit Lions 2015 special teams preview

It’s out with the old and in with the older at the helm of the Detroit Lions special teams unit this season. Former special teams coordinator John Bonamego left the Lions to take the head coaching job at his alma mater Central Michigan University. Head coach Jim Caldwell then hired veteran special teams guru Joe … Read more

NFL Insiders on Matthew Stafford: ‘There is something missing’

If you ask ESPN’s panel of NFL experts, Matthew Stafford is still a second tier quarterback. This is according to’s yearly poll (ESPN insider only) taken by a panel of anonymous NFL personalities, which graded each starting QB. Among the people who were polled are eight personnel directors, six general managers, four head coaches, five offensive coordinators, five … Read more

Stephen Tulloch: Why injury was a blessing in disguise for Lions

With Ndamukong Suh now gone, Stephen Tulloch is undoubtedly the leader of the Detroit Lions’ defense. The 9-year veteran took on a more vocal, off the field role in 2014 after his season-ending injury in Week 3 and has continued in that role throughout off-season workouts. While back on the field part time, Tulloch is … Read more

Should the Detroit Lions consider signing a big name free agent wide receiver?

With training camp about two weeks away, the Detroit Lions are preparing to build on a season that saw them go 11-5 with a playoff berth. Barring injuries it is unlikely the team will make any big moves before the season begins, but should that be the case or should they consider taking a chance … Read more