The Detroit Lions returned from their latest road trip with a bit more legitimacy.
For a player not even selected in the draft, Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell sure is making an impression.
Standing up at the podium, Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz looked a little peeved at the inquiry about his hurling of his headset.
Detroit Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew has struggled to hold onto the football recently, and head coach Jim Schwartz said Thursday that Pettigrew needs to be more consistent with his catches, although his value is in more than just those plays.
The Detroit Lions made a big investment in quarterback Matthew Stafford during the offseason and, so far, he’s earning it.
Center Dominic Raiola also said Dungy is entitled to his opinion, but he outright refuted the idea that the Lions are indeed the same old Lions.
Right about now, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford could pass the buck.
Penalties and the Detroit Lions, an apparently inseparable pair, teamed up again Sunday, and this time Detroit could not escape the implications of its mistakes.
Head coach Jim Schwartz said there was encouraging news after many tests on the left knee of running back Reggie Bush, whose presence or lack thereof may decide the fate of the Detroit Lions this season.
Schwartz Refutes Allegations That Suh Slams Players’ Heads To Ground, Stomps On Players During Practice
“I can say unequivocally he has never slammed anybody’s head to the ground or stomped on anybody,” Schwartz continued.