Caldwell Brightens Dull Press Conference With Arnold Palmer RemembranceLarger-than-life yet impossibly down-to-earth, he was a superstar for everyone.
Jim Bob Cooter For President? Lions Voice Their Support.Upon seeing the van, Tate admitted his first instinct was to "follow him all the way home and say he has my vote."
With Abdullah Down, Lions Look To Riddick And A Rookie“At the end of the day you gotta go into the game with the guys that you have,” said Glover Quin.
Caldwell: Stafford’s Passes Hum, But Not Like Elway’sTo Jim Caldwell, that’s what it sounded like when perhaps the hardest-throwing quarterback ever unleashed a pass. More than 30 years later, he still remembers it.
Why Jim Caldwell Is To Thank For The Lions' Game-Winning Drive“That’s by design. We work at it. We won’t waste a timeout if we don’t have to. We may even take a penalty sometimes rather than call a timeout. We know how important it is,” Caldwell said.
Teryl Austin: Ziggy Ansah 'As Fine A Football Player As I've Been Around'In Jim Caldwell’s eyes, it’s pretty easy to grasp the special ability of Ziggy Ansah.
Caldwell, Ausmus Comment on Kaepernick ControversyOn Monday, Lions coach Jim Caldwell and Tigers manager Brad Ausmus commented on the matter and reached similar conclusions.
Defiantly Tight-Lipped, Has Caldwell Talked His Way Into A Corner?It’s approaching an issue of pride at this point, as if Caldwell fears that conceding to reporters’ demands would be an admission of defeat.
Jim Caldwell, Up To His Old Tricks, Shares Another Joe Paterno StorySpeaking with the media on the first day of training camp, Caldwell was discussing job security and how it’s changed over the years for coaches.
Muhammad Ali Blew Away Joe Paterno In This Jim Caldwell Remembrance"That’s because you ain’t whooped nobody!”
Report: Lions' Curtis Modkins Will Become 49ers Offensive CoordinatorAccording to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Lions running backs coach and run game coordinator Curtis Modkins will become Chip Kelly's offensive coordinator with the 49ers.
Lions Fire VP Of Football Operations Cedric SaundersAccording to the Detroit News, the Lions have fired vice president of football operations Cedric Saunders, who is in his 10th year with the franchise.