McShay’s prediction could easily turn out to be accurate given that the Lions could lose as many as four defensive tackles to free agency.
The 2014 season for the Detroit Lions really did produce some great highlights.
The Lions announced in a letter to season ticket holders that they raised prices for the 2015 season but that prices remain comparably low.
After Suh, Paea, Knighton and Fairley are probably the most desirable options at defensive tackle.
There is only one slight problem … the Lions are the only team that weren’t on the odds list.
The Detroit Lions have always said they plan to keep perennial All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in the fold, and so far the team is on track to do exactly that, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
“I think just a combination of things, he just kind of snapped,” Lang said, “started saying some things that we can’t say on air.”
Changes could be afoot for the NFL rule book. Starting with what is a catch and what is pass interference.
With the Super Bowl right around the corner, the big game is generating a ton of attention from coast to coast.
“My life changed within those 60 snaps we took that game, went from … being a developmental player to being a player that was going to be needed for games, to win games, so that was kind of a drastic change.”