Record-breaking Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore was disappointed but not surprised when he was not selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, but he is ready to move on with the Detroit Lions.
It’s easy to be all law-and-orderly and make this declaration to NFL prospects: Sit or get off the pot.
But if you want a great defense in the NFL, you gotta have a safety. Every time you mention an amazing defense, you usually have a great corner.
This is a new late development with the Detroit Lions that has gotten very little discussion in the weeks and months leading up to Thursday’s NFL Draft.
The Detroit Lions used to openly talk about potential draft picks.
In a perfect world, one of the top two or three cornerbacks on the Lions’ board will be available when the 23rd pick rolls around.
The 2012 NFL Draft is just one week away so we’ve pulled together a mock draft featuring the first and second rounds for the NFC East. Do you agree with the picks?
Draft parties include 2012 NFL Draft Party presented by Bud Light and Welcome to Primetime Draft Party at the Hard Rock Cafe Detroit Allen Park, Mich.—For the first time, fans have two opportunities to experience draft events hosted by the Lions.
The Lions made the playoffs last year for the first time this century, so that’s encouraging. What wasn’t encouraging, however, was that they started 5-0 before going 5-7 the rest of the way; included in that stretch was a 17-point, opening-round playoff loss to New Orleans.
Two weeks until the NFL Draft. First of all, I miss the old days of the draft.