Stephen Tulloch, James Ihedigbo To Not Return To LionsStephen Tulloch has apparently played his last days in Detroit.
With Playoff Fate Sealed, Lions Try To Press On"I get paid to pay these three games, and I'm going to go out there and try to earn every penny I get," Ebron said.
Brandon Pettigrew Out Sunday; Calvin Johnson, Golden Tate Have Ankle InjuriesBoth Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate were limited Friday with ankle injuries, although both are probable to play.
Ebron, Ngata Out Against Bears Sunday; Bell, Ihedigbo, Riddick All QuestionableTight end Eric Ebron and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata will both miss the Lions’ game against the Bears on Sunday.
Stafford Probable For Sunday, Pettigrew Out, Levy DoubtfulThe Matthew Stafford watch is essentially on hold this week, as he was listed as “probable” on the Lions’ Friday injury report for Sunday’s game against the Broncos.
Stafford A Full Participant, Ansah Out, Three Safeties Limited At Lions' PracticeQuarterback Matthew Stafford was a full participant in the Lions’ Wednesday practice, as he deals with an unspecified injury to his ribs that he suffered against Minnesota.
Ihedigbo Planning To Be In Allen Park For Remainder Of Offseason"It's the nature of the business," Lions safety James Ihedigbo said of his recent holdout. "It's never anything personal."
Ihedigbo Reporting For Offseason Workouts [PHOTO]Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said earlier this offseason that he wanted Ihedigbo in attendance "pronto."
Mayhew Says He Understands Ihedigbo Pursuing New Deal, Looks Forward To Talking With HimIhedigbo, a starter last year and a Pro Bowl alternate, will make a base salary of $1.1 million.
Quin On Ihedigbo Missing Workouts, Seeking New Contract: 'It Is What It Is'"He’s got to make a decision for him and his family," safety Glover Quin said. "It is what it is."
Lions Missing Only Ihedigbo On First Day Of Offseason WorkoutsEvery member of the Detroit Lions save one turned up for the first day of offseason workouts at Allen Park, the Lions announced Monday.
Caputo: 3 Reasons James Ihedigbo Has Become A Problem, Not A Solution, For The LionsWhile James Ihedigbo had a surprisingly solid season in 2014, and safety play was a key for the Lions' surprisingly good defense, he also faltered down the stretch.