There are certain coaches and athletes that the media looks forward to talking to every chance they get because they get good stuff.
You can bet that defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham had Sunday’s game against Kansas City circled in blood the minute the schedule was released.
In past years, the Lions would be looking to pick up the pieces entering Week 2. This year, all they need to do is clean up some loose ends after a mostly impressive 27-20 opening week win at Tampa Bay.
Gunther Cunningham didn’t mince words when asked what his linebackers could do this season that they couldn’t do a year ago.
QB Matthew Stafford said on Twitter he was going to begin throwing this week. Coach Jim Schwartz said, “Everyone is pleased with his rehab.
It looks like the Lions won’t quietly accept the NFL’s ruling that they tampered with former Kansas City safety Jarred Page before the 2010 season, a ruling that will cost them their seventh-round draft pick and 14 spots (from nine to 23) in the fifth round.
You might remember that the Chiefs filed tampering charges against the Lions in December after former Kansas City defensive coordinator and current Detroit defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham made comments about wanting to pick up Chiefs players and bring them to Detroit.
Gator finishes Gunther’s sentences…
Gator does a great impersonation of Gunther Cunningham