Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is active against the New York Giants.
“I didn’t ask you to put 800 bucks into a fantasy league. That’s all your fault. That’s your fault. I’m playing football. That’s your fault that you’re betting on me.”
“Matt’s (Stafford) playing good, none of this falls on Matt, it’s on us as a team” Johnson said.
“Matt learned a lesson in the sense of how he said things, but Matt didn’t mean anything derogatory in any way,” Harbaugh said.
Calvin Johnson gives friends in the NFL and other players he admires the shirt off his back — literally.
Superstar wide receiver Calvin Johnson knows how to how a little fun at the expense of a opposing rookie player who may have said a little bit too much.
It’s the go-to phrase since Tony Dungy said it in the beginning of the season.
Ravens safety Matt Elam has plenty of words to describe wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the main object of focus for Baltimore’s defensive backfield Monday night in Detroit.
The Detroit Lions slipped and slid plenty in the snow at Philadelphia. Maybe it was fitting.
The Detroit Lions face off with the Philadelphia Eagles this week. In the lead up to that contest, a new key offensive contributor finds themselves on the injury report.