Long-Time Tackle Still Helpful To Lions’ O-LineEven retired, former left tackle Jeff Backus is an anchor for the Detroit Lions’ offensive line.
Backus Rejoins Lions As Part-Time Coaching Intern Jeff Backus has rejoined the Detroit Lions in a new capacity.
Who Is Detroit's Biggest Loser? As soon as I heard the news that Jeff Backus is calling it quits after 12 years with the Lions, I immediately started to wonder if he is Detroit's biggest loser.
Caputo: Three Needs The Lions Still Need To Address In Free Agency And NFL DraftEspecially considering the loss of Cliff Avril in free agency, the Lions desperately need a speed pass rusher from the outside on their defensive line.
Backus' Retirement Erases Yesterday's GainsA few people on Twitter throw their hands in the air at the retirement of Jeff Backus.
Detroit Lions Jeff Backus Set To RetireAccording to the Detroit Lions Twitter account, 12-year NFL and Detroit Lions veteran Jeff Backus is retiring.
Lions List Backus Inactive, Ending 186-Game Streak Detroit Lions offensive tackle Jeff Backus is inactive against the Houston Texans, ending his 186-game starting streak.
Lions' Rookie Reiff On The Spot With Backus Ailing Riley Reiff was one of the last players to leave the field Tuesday at Detroit's practice facility.
Jeff Backus: Over A Decade Of Being DecentJeff Backus' starting streak may end this week, and his career is nearing its end as well. Here is a brief look at the long, but mostly unremarkable, career of Backus.
Detroit's Backus Leaves With Hamstring Injury Detroit offensive tackle Jeff Backus has left Sunday's game against Green Bay with a hamstring injury and will not return.
Jeff Backus Has Critics, But He's Big For LionsThe Lions signed left tackle Jeff Backus to a reported two-year, $10 million contract, which means two things
Backus, Hill Reportedly Returning To Lions A report on the Detroit Lions' website says offensive tackle Jeff Backus and backup quarterback Shaun Hill have agreed to two-year contracts to stay with the team.