Louis Delmas and Cliff Avril were on the practice field, looking healthy after a much-needed open date for the Detroit Lions.
The Detroit Lions made the playoffs last year, and there was excitement heading into this season. However, were people hoping for too much from this team? Why have they struggled thus far? Is there a chance for a turnaround.
The Detroit Lions have gotten a key player back on the field.
The Minnesota Vikings have a chance to maintain at least a share of the NFC North lead with a victory against the Detroit Lions. The Lions are struggling and the Vikings enter with momentum from a victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
The Lions have to travel to San Francisco to play the 49ers on NBC’s Sunday Night Football. It is a tough matchup, which leads to this notion: Should the Lions be going all out to try and win this game?
S Louis Delmas and CB Chris Houston are inactive for today’s game against the St. Louis Rams.
The Lions will enter the 2012 season exactly the way they exited 2011 — with more questions than answers in the secondary.
The Detroit Lions have confirmed today that starting safety Louis Delmas has had a surgical procedure performed on his knee.
With this being the fourth training camp under coach Jim Schwartz and coordinators Scott Linehan (offense) and Gunther Cunningham (defense)
Certainly, the Lions don’t need any more problem children on their roster — considering the high-profile offseason arrests of Nick Fairley and Mikel Leshoure — and luckily for them, it appears safety Louis Delmas has forgiven receiver Titus Young for supposedly punching him in the face.