I hope I’m wrong, but the Lions’ offseason so far has been a disaster, and the time that’s past since the seventh round of the draft hasn’t salved that sinking feeling.
The award goes to an individual who is in and around the game of football, has been successful in his role, serves the community and maintains a spotless reputation.
The Detroit Lions have signed undrafted Richmond QB John Laub.
As soon as I heard the news that Jeff Backus is calling it quits after 12 years with the Lions, I immediately started to wonder if he is Detroit’s biggest loser.
“The Joe that I knew, for the four years that I was under his rule and then as I knew him years after, Joe, he did not waver on the character, on the integrity, all those things.”
While Detroit waits for the decisions of Zack Parise and Ryan Suter, I didn’t want it to go unnoticed that two Motown legends decided to call it quits on Monday afternoon.
Champ: Tiger Woods for getting his first PGA Tour win in 30 months.
Matt Millen, who played for both Paterno and Sandusky at Penn State, broke down when being interviewed about the scandal.
The chaos continues at Penn State as Nittany Lion officials decide to cancel Joe Paterno’s weekly news conference at 12:20. Plus a certain Lions player ends up on a dirtiest player poll.
Former Lions GM Matt Millen has spoken out saying that he doesn’t think that William Gholston should be suspended for this weeks game vs. Wisconsin.