Gunther Cunningham

Gunther Cunningham Likes New Lions Defense, Happy To See More BlitzingFormer defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham seems to love how the new Lions offense is taking shape under new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.
Former Defensive Coordinator Gunther Cunningham Staying With LionsCunningham is currently listed on the team's staff page as a senior coaching assistant.
Gunther Cunningham Says Flag Could Have Been Thrown On Play Before Ravens' Game-Winning FG"The left tackle was moving," Cunningham said. "It wasn't hard to see."
Loss Of Victor Cruz Might Not Incapacitate Giants As Much As ExpectedLions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham did not explain how he believed the game might change without Cruz, but he cautioned that Cruz is not the only one to whom Manning can throw.
Gunther Cunningham Watches Oregon Film To Help Prep For Speedy Eagles OffenseDetroit Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham studied up on what Kelly has been doing in his brief time so far with the Eagles. Then he dug deeper.
Gunther Cunningham Breaks Down The D-Line's Lack Of SacksOne the most menacing units in the NFL, the Detroit Lions defensive line has many scratching their heads as to why it is not racking up more sacks.
Lions Focusing On Underrated Matt ForteSchwartz even agreed to compare Forte with freakishly talented Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.
Mathis Embraces Role As Mentor As Well As On-Field Duties Far from being resentful of his declining status, the 33-year-old Mathis takes care to build up his young teammates.
Gunther Cunningham Confident In Secondary, Carson Palmer’s Criticism Aside Asked how he can get players to play the ball instead of the receiver, Cunningham – a 44-year coaching veteran – laughs, and there is a measure of scorn in the sound.
Vikings' Jared Allen Doesn't Rule Out Joining Lions, Says 'Detroit Getting Better'It's a far cry from his attitude in 2011 when he said he would "drown himself" if he had to live in "glomy" and "depressing" Detroit.
Lions’ Secondary Looking Good Despite Absence of DelmasThe Detroit Lions plan on safety Louis Delmas being ready to go this fall, his knee all healed up from the issues that forced him to have surgery before last season and that made him miss eight games in 2012. Then again, the Lions are also readying themselves for the possibility Delmas will not be available.
Who’s Responsible For The Lions’ Lack-Luster Season: Linehan Or Cunningham?After a thorough beating by the Minnesota Vikings and with the chances for a playoff appearance slipping away -- Lions fans are looking for someone to blame. Put your two cents in with our Tweet Throwdown.