With Suh Training Elsewhere, Lewand Praises Allen Park Facility As ‘The Absolute Best Place’ For Detroit Players
The Detroit Lions will not vilify one of their best players, star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, for skipping voluntary workouts at the team facility to work privately with his chosen trainers in Oregon
“It’s still about the game of football,” Lewand told season ticket holders Monday night at Ford Field.
Sheldon White, the vice president of pro personnel for the Detroit Lions, has an easier job now than he did a few years ago.
Former NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman is suing Nike for trademark infringement and unfair competition over its Lights Out apparel line.
The NFL draft is fast approaching and player’s who weren’t lucky/good enough to partake in the NFL’s premier combine took part in the Super Regional Combine at Ford Field this past weekend.
The Navajo Nation Council formally has opposed the use of the Washington Redskins name.
Ndamukong Suh should be at voluntary workouts because new head coach Jim Caldwell wanted him there.
“I want to be as good as I can possibly be, and not for myself but to help this team win. That’s the No. 1 goal.”
Jim Caldwell On Suh’s Absence: ‘We Want Every Single Minute Of Every Single Hour Of Every Single Player’
Caldwell, if prepared for Suh’s absence, seemed less than thrilled by it.
Without a fullback in 2013, Bush and Bell combined for 1,656 rushing yards and 1,053 receiving yards.