Darius Slay

Joe Lombardi 'Didn't Realize' Stafford Lost Feeling In Arm Sunday“His second interception, I think might’ve been affected by that just because he was a little bit numb and I wasn’t as aware because it was pretty quick that we were back on the field."
Four Sit Out At Lions Practice; Stafford A Full ParticipantLarry Warford and Caraun Reid both participated in the open portion of the Lions’ Wednesday practice, but a couple more players took their place on the injury list.
Caldwell Remains Mum On Sunday's Injuries, Including Stafford's Arm“He hit him pretty flush. He (Stafford) is a tough guy and he was able to bounce back and come back strong enough to lead us down the field and score and put us in position if we get an onside kick, to tie the thing up.”
Jim Caldwell Happy With Darius Slay's Maturation, Confidence“You could see that Darius had a lot of talent and ability, and he’s just been maturing and functioning better all the time,” Caldwell said.
Lions Ignoring Talk About Robert Griffin III In Days Before Thursday MatchupRobert Griffin III sat down with WJLA-TV and let fly the words “I feel like I’m the best quarterback in the league,” which has set off a firestorm of debate and social media attention.
Lions Defensive Backs Coach Tony Oden Excited For Competition At CornerbackDetroit has made a point this offseason to make sure the team will not be in trouble if Bentley or Lawson cannot get healthy.
Mayhew Impressed By How Much Slay Improved From Year One To Year TwoAfter his sophomore campaign, Slay stands as an example of a player taking initiative to improve his game and deliver on his potential.
Slay Making Strides, Says Being Around 'Best Vets Ever' Has HelpedDetroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay adopted his trademark "finger wave," as he calls it, from longtime NBA star Dikembe Mutombo.
Caldwell On Secondary Injuries: 'Nothing We Can't Overcome'"As long as we don’t give up big play touchdowns," said defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, "we should have an opportunity to win.”
Quin Says He Cannot Imagine Where Secondary Would Be Without SlayWith injuries plaguing the secondary, the emergence of Darius Slay becomes more critical than ever to Detroit's success.
3 Detroit Lions Not Named Stafford, Suh Or Johnson Who Will Be Most Key In '14 Eric Ebron, tight end - The idea with the Lions' offense, under first-year coordinator Joe Lombardi, is to stretch the field to the sidelines and deep, and open up the middle for seam routes.
Darius Slay Key To Lions SecondaryThe Detroit Lions' struggles last season cost Jim Schwartz his job, and another disappointing season could do GM Martin Mayhew in. When Lions fans and NFL analysts discussed the team's issues and needs, the secondary came up more often that not.