Detroit Lions Draft Roundup And Player HighlightsHere's a quick look at the newest Detroit Lions drafted by first-year general manager Bob Quinn this weekend.
Lions Draft U-M Quarterback Jake Rudock In Sixth RoundRudock came to Michigan in 2015 as a graduate transfer and won the starting job for Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines.
Lions Draft Michigan Center Graham Glasgow In 3rd Round Of NFL DraftWith the 95th overall pick in the NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions selected University of Michigan center Graham Glasgow on Friday night.
'Old Man' A'Shawn Robinson Had To Bring Birth Certificate To Little League Games"They always joke around and call me old man," Robinson said.
Lions Select Alabama DT A'Shawn Robinson In 2nd Round Of NFL Draft [HIGHLIGHTS]With the 15th pick in the second round of the NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions selected University of Alabama defensive tackle A'Shawn Robinson on Friday night.
Eastern Michigan Has 'No Plans' To Drop FootballEastern Michigan says it has "absolutely no plans" to drop football or move to another division or conference.
Lions Sign Free Agents Gilberry, MulliganThe Detroit Lions announced Monday that they have signed free agents DE Wallace Gilberry and TE Matthew Mulligan.
ESPN: Ngata, Walker, Charles Are Lions' 'Instant Impact' Free Agent SigningsIs bringing back two questionable players from last season and counting on another young, unproven player going to have that big of an immediate impact on Detroit's defensive line?
Ravens CB Tray Walker Dies Of Dirt Bike Crash InjuriesBaltimore Ravens cornerback Tray Walker, who played one season in the NFL, died Friday of injuries from a dirt bike crash in Miami.
Lions Sign Safety Rafael Bush To Reported 1-Year, $2.4 Million DealIn a continuing effort to add depth, the Detroit Lions announced Saturday that the team has signed free agent safety Rafael Bush.
Top 5 Most Dangerous Sports - Proceed With CautionRhythmic gymnastics and table tennis just missed the cut.
Peyton Manning Retires With Perfect Record Against 5 Teams....Including The LionsIn 266 career NFL games, there's only five teams that Peyton Manning never lost to.

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