Calvin Johnson still exhibits freakish talent and relentless work ethic, and the Lions want to keep him that way.
Tate was one of the Lions’ biggest offseason acquisitions, reportedly given a five-year, $31 million deal.
While Rice appeared contrite, coach John Harbaugh’s response has drawn plenty of detractors on social media.
Needless to say, Tate’s new teammates might be a little envious.
Players do not see a problem with the NFL’s priority on punishing drug use rather than conduct issues, even ones like domestic violence.
“I think that’s how you build a championship atmosphere,” Tate said, “when guys are playing for each other, not for themselves.”
By Ashley Dunkak @AshleyDunkak ALLEN PARK (CBS DETROIT) – For years, Notre Dame wide receiver TJ Jones looked up to Calvin Johnson and Matthew Stafford, watching the pair play on Sundays. Just a few days […]
The Detroit Lions love the possibilities that come with their new tight end Eric Ebron.
Despite the significant amount of work required to learn the new system, Stafford says he and his teammates are enjoying the process.
Their new coach has been to Super Bowls and the Detroit Lions how have two new players who have championship rings.