In Thursday’s game against the New England Patriots, the Lions had a number of players limited by various incidents.
Life on the sidelines is getting old for Louis Delmas.
When Detroit Lions cornerback Chris Houston thinks back on how many different defensive backs he has played with over three seasons with the team, the idea of naming each one is overwhelming.
Chris Houston sat out because of a migraine and Louis Delmas is still nursing a balky knee.
Are terms like this OK if they’re between friends?
Hampered by injury the past two seasons, Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas cannot guarantee he will be good to go for all 16 of his team’s games this year.
Head coach Jim Schwartz likens this year’s defensive line to the unit of 2011, when the Detroit Lions went 10-6 and made the playoffs for the first time since 1999.
The Detroit Lions have signed safety Chris Hope.
The Detroit Lions plan on safety Louis Delmas being ready to go this fall, his knee all healed up from the issues that forced him to have surgery before last season and that made him miss eight games in 2012.
Then again, the Lions are also readying themselves for the possibility Delmas will not be available.
He outlined an outrageous incident where Young abused staff at a Plymouth-Canton AT&T store, pulled the well-worn “don’t you know who I am” card, demanded freebies then fell asleep — loudly — on a customer bench.