DeAndre Levy Named Team Captain For Sunday, Likely To Make Season DebutAnd when asked if it was safe to say Levy would actually play in the game since he was a captain, Caldwell said he “would assume that you can probably make that assumption.”
Caldwell: 'Don't Think Mrs. Ford Is Not Upset' About NFL No-Call“I’m normal. I’m human. And we all have those same exact feelings. But the thing that I won’t do is dwell on it."
Caldwell Says He's Done Talking About Controversial PlayJim Caldwell wants to turn his focus to Detroit's next game — and he's insisting his players do the same.
DeAndre Levy, Marshawn Lynch Out For Seahawks-Lions MNF MatchupBut according to the Lions, Levy did not make the trip to Seattle this weekend, and was downgraded from “questionable” to simply out of Monday’s game.
DeAndre Levy Working His Way Back To Full Health“So we’ll just have to see how it would impact us. I would hope that he comes back and he’s the same player he was when he left.”
Lions OC Joe Lombardi On Offensive Predictability: 'Certainly A Balance There'“If you do something new every play, your players probably won’t be good at it, and if you do the same thing every play, the defense will probably be good at stopping it."
Caldwell On Lions' Play-Calling: 'I Believe In Joe'“If things aren’t going well, those are the ones that everybody sort of jumps on immediately and really it still boils down to I believe in Joe and believe what he’s doing and how we’re going about it.
Opponents Know Plays? Lions Say It Doesn't Matter“Nobody has said anything to me,” said quarterback Matthew Stafford when asked if he had heard opponents calling out Detroit’s plays.
DeAndre Levy Back On Practice Field For First Time In Regular SeasonLinebacker DeAndre Levy participated during the open portion of the Lions’ practice Thursday, the first time that he’s done so since the preseason.
Golden Tate, Denver's David Bruton: Teams Know What's Coming From Lions Offense“They’ve had a high tendency to show a particular play, especially a wrap-six, so usually the No. 2 receiver sits down about five or six yards with a guy running a dig route right behind it. We were just alert and once I saw a running back chip before his release, I knew what was coming, so I just read Stafford’s eyes, broke on the ball and was able to make a play.”
Lions Coach Caldwell Sticking With Lombardi To Call PlaysDetroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell says he is not taking play-calling duties away from offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi.
9 Penalties, 3 Turnovers Doom Lions In 24-12 Primetime Loss To Denver“That’s why we’re 0-3. We’re hurting ourselves. No one in this league can match us or play against us unless we hurt ourselves and we’ve been doing that for three straight weeks.”