The Detroit Lions have left starting linebacker DeAndre Levy and key cornerback Bill Bentley inactive against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Lions announced they made tender offers to three of their four restricted free agents.
DeAndre Levy had a fist full of Joe Webb’s facemask, got away with it, and wasn’t apologizing for Detroit’s good fortune in a 34-28 win over Minnesota on Sunday.
The Lions don’t necessarily want to move DeAndre Levy from middle linebacker to outside linebacker, but circumstances could lead them to do just that.
Middle linebacker has been a M.A.S.H. unit for the Lions this year, and as far as DeAndre Levy’s concerned there’s an in-house reason.
DeAndre Levy stood in front of his locker after Sunday’s 24-10 loss to the Vikings with one ice bag tucked inside his pants and another taped to his right ankle.
Detroit Lions middle linebacker DeAndre Levy returned to practice today for the first time since straining his groin Aug. 28.
Middle linebacker DeAndre Levy is not taking part in Detroit Lions practice again today, making it unlikely he’ll play in Sunday’s season opener against the Chicago Bears.