Just hours ago, Detroit Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh denied even knowing what hit reporters were referencing when asked about the NFL’s review of his hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.
The Detroit Lions might again head into Sunday without wide receiver Calvin Johnson, and after struggling without Johnson last week at Green Bay, the Lions face what Reggie Bush says is an even better defense.
“I have a lot of respect for … you know … I have family members that are … (homosexual), you know, gay, so, you know, I have a lot of respect for them,” he said.
One of the band members posted a Facebook message calling Raiola the worst human being he’s ever encountered.
He allegedly mocked a students’ weight, insulted another’s sister and dead mother.
The Detroit Lions have had one of the NFL’s best offenses this season, ranking among the league leaders in scoring and yards.
The young line that so many doubted before the season has proved vital to the Lions’ attack.
“We’re only a quarter way through the season,” Stafford said, “but it’s a nice start.”
His season shockingly shortened by a car accident that broke both bones in his left forearm, Nate Burleson has teammates missing him on and off the field.
“It’s easy to have a dislike for those guys,” Johnson said with a laugh. “It’s not hard at all.”