On a conference call celebrating the kickoff of the 2015-16 NFL season, Nantz, Simms and CBS’ NFL Today cast answered questions from reporters nation wide.
With the deadline approaching on Tuesday at 4 p.m. for the Lions to cut their roster to 75 players, they made more moves Tuesday morning, releasing wide receiver Anthony Peacock and linebacker Justin Cherocci.
During recent research, it was found that Dan Gilbert’s Detroit-based Xenith makes helmets rated the safest by the National Football League.
Russell Martin and Kevin Pillar each hit a two-run shot for Toronto, which leads the majors with 184 home runs.
Zenner showed that he is more than just a finesse back against the Jaguars when he bulled his way into the endzone from three yards out with a host of defenders trying to bring him down.
The Lions made some moves during the summer to make sure the squad stays competitive in the NFC North Division.
The Atlanta Falcons weren’t horrible last season, but help on defense was certainly needed. That’s why they went out and drafted linebacker Vic Beasley who should be a big contributor in his rookie season and even wants to play every down.
Detroit played without star receiver Calvin Johnson for the third consecutive game, but Stafford carved up Jacksonville’s secondary in a half of work.
A new shirt has popped up on TeeChip.com, suggesting that the Green Bay Packers are in fact “Michigan’s Favorite Team.”
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