Report: Lions to make a run at safety George Iloka

After announcing that safety James Ihedigbo will not be brought back next season, it appears the the Lions have set their sights on a potential replacement. Six-foot-four-inch tall safety George Iloka, who played the last four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, is now on the Lions radar according to a report. Drafted out of Boise State University in the fifth round in 2012 … Read more

Breaking: Lions to release LB Stephen Tulloch; S James Ihedigbo will not be brought back

Two days after making an impact on the roster with the release of Joique Bell, the Lions have now informed linebacker Stephen Tulloch that he will be released after the start of the new league year. Tulloch took to Instagram this evening to express his gratitude to the organization and fans: https://www.instagram.com/p/BB8qCJoB9N1/ Tulloch has spent the last five … Read more

Senior Bowl: 15 players Lions fans should watch

[tps_header] It’s that time of year again where die-hard fans are clinging to just about anything that somewhat resembles the game of football. Today, the best college senior prospects in the country will attend the Senior Bowl All-Star game in Mobile, Alabama. Unlike the Pro Bowl, these broke student-athletes will have plenty of motivation to … Read more

2016 Detroit Lions free agents

Once the new Detroit Lions general manager is hired, he will have some decisions to make regarding what to do with their impending free agents. The Lions have a total of 24 players who will hit the market, including a handful of starters. The new salary cap is expected to inflate to at least $150 … Read more

Detroit Lions 2015 End of Season Report Card 

The Detroit Lions’ 2015 season was a tough one to grade as a whole. For one half of the season, the Lions looked like the worst team in the league. The second half, they looked like the playoff team many thought they could be. Ultimately, your final record indicates what type of team you are and … Read more

The fall of James Ihedigbo and rise of Isa Abdul-Quddus

Remember not too long ago this past offseason when Detroit Lions safety, James Ihedigbo, briefly held out due to a contract dispute? Fortunately, Martin Mayhew and Tom Lewand held their ground and did not capitulate to the now 32-year-old safety’s requests. There were plenty who thought the Lions should fork up the cash and reward one of … Read more

5 current Lions starters that will not be on the team in 2016

  [tps_header] Let’s face it, the 2015 regular season as a whole has been a disaster for the Detroit Lions. After going 11-5 in 2014 and nearly winning a playoff game, hopes were through the roof heading into this season. After a 1-7 start, the Lions made some changes and went on a 3-game winning … Read more

NFL 2016 salary cap to increase, Lions in good shape

The Detroit Lions will not have salary cap troubles in 2016. Owners were informed by the NFL that the cap is expected to increase a sizeable amount this offseason. At this moment, the cap sits at $143.3 million and could ascend all the way to $153.4 million for next year. With the ten million dollar … Read more

Detroit Lions Week 7 Injury Report

For the second straight week, tight end Brandon Pettigrew has been ruled out with a kneecap injury. Eric Ebron is expected to be back this week, however. After missing the last two games with a knee injury of his own, Ebron will be back on the field for the majority of the snaps at the tight end position. … Read more

Caldwell stands with Stafford as starter; Claims ownership in losses

Watch Coach Caldwell talk about tonight's loss: http://t.co/8O8Meffzxr. #AZvsDEThttps://t.co/Amv1GsfM45 — Detroit Lions (@Lions) October 12, 2015 Jim Caldwell is taking ownership of the losses in Detroit, saying post game that today’s loss was his fault. While that is an admirable trait for a leader to have, the blame train has more than one seat in … Read more

Broncos/Lions first quarter report.

Broncos/Lions first quarter report: The Lions started the game with the ball at their own 20-yard line after an opening kickoff touchback. Matthew Stafford was sacked on second down by Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware, and the Lions went three-and-out. Denver would return the favor by going three-and-out on their first possession. The Lions started their next … Read more

Detroit Lions: Week 2 report card

Detroit Lions Week 2 report card After two games, the Lions find themselves 0-2, and staring 0-3 straight in the face, as they square-off against the Denver Broncos in Week 3, while hosting the home opener on Sunday night football (NBC 8:30 pm). Sunday’s game against the Vikings featured an offense that cannot run the … Read more

Lions safety Taylor Mays, receiver Jarred Haggins both released

A day after not playing in the Lions pre-season loss against the Washington Redskins, Lions safety Taylor Mays asked for his release. It seems as though the team has obliged. Mays was not present at practice on Friday, and according to a report, “it doesn’t Mays will be a Lion for much longer.” In the report, head coach Jim Caldwell said of … Read more

PREVIEW: Detroit Lions vs New York Jets

Ah yes, football is back! There have been moments in this off-season that left us scratching our heads, jumping for joy, and counting down the minutes until the season begins. Now, it’s finally time to catch a peek at what is to come this season. The New York Jets will pay a visit to Detroit for the … Read more