The Detroit Lions started the offseason with a checklist of goals to stay successful.
When free agency started, general manager Martin Mayhew was looking at 21 free agents on his own roster
To understand general manager Martin Mayhew’s insistence on re-signing defensive end Cliff Avril, even at the risk of losing Tulloch, you have to understand his philosophy on building defenses.
The Lions’ defense gradually collapsed over the last eight games of the season. They gave up 45 points in each of the last two games – to the Packers and Saints. They gave up an […]
The Lions’ defense gradually collapsed over the last eight games of the season.
Although general manager Martin Mayhew said after the season that he didn’t think the defense needed to be retooled, the Lions clearly have more holes and concerns there than on the offensive side.
Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew has done a bit of everything since he started making football decisions for the franchise.
Detroit coach Jim Schwartz yells on the sideline, pumps his right fist after good plays and shouts not-fit-for-print words when things don’t go well.
The Lions did their level best to downplay any bad blood between them and the Chiefs, even though it was GM Scott Pioli who accused the Lions of tampering before the 2010 season.
It’s a put up or shut up year for the Lions. “We have to win games. We have to be productive,” said general manager Martin Mayhew.