The Browns plan to give Nate Burleson plenty of responsibilities. One of them probably won’t be delivering pizza.
They can fill those needs as early as 4 p.m. Tuesday, though roughly $10 million in cap space will limit the Lions somewhat.
Burleson, 32, caught 39 passes for 461 yards in 2013 but missed seven arms after breaking his arm in an early-morning car crash.
One in five metro Detroiters are not getting enough food to eat each day.
Not surprisingly, many believe Schwartz’s job is in jeopardy. The players on his team, at least publicly, seem to be the exceptions.
Superstar wide receiver Calvin Johnson knows how to how a little fun at the expense of a opposing rookie player who may have said a little bit too much.
A couple weeks ago, I was checking out twitter as usual and noticed that I had some new interactions.
Erin Andrew reported Thursday that Lions GM Martin Mayhew told her Calvin Johnson has been getting his knee drained throughout the season.
Nate Burleson caught a touchdown pass in his first game back from an arm injury, then held the ball aloft like it was a freshly made pizza.
Though Stafford’s short replies made it sound like he got his toes stepped on by Bush calling for a meeting, other players brushed it off as no big deal and not a serious difference of opinion.