Quinn Will Bring Pieces of Patriot Way, But Lions Will Have Own Unique Plan“I’m not going to try to come in here and cut and paste everything we did with the Patriots."
Patriot's Insider Saying Caldwell A Lock For 2016 Season?Is a Pats insider saying that Caldwell will stay put in Detroit for now?
Lions Agree In Principle To Deal With Bob Quinn As New GM; First Task Will Be Deciding Caldwell's FateLions President Rod Wood confirmed the agreement Friday night.
Patriots' Quinn, With Scouting And Personnel Background, Will Be Next Lions GMQuinn has been in his current role as pro scouting director since May 2012, and has been involved with both pro and college scouting in New England.
Report: Lions Requested Permission To Interview Bengals' Duke TobinAlthough it appears a long shot, the Lions reportedly requested permission to interview Duke Tobin, the Bengals' personnel chief, for their open general manager position.
Report: Lions To Interview Patriots' Bob Quinn For GM Position"Black Monday" in the NFL is usually reserved for firings, but the Lions are working to do the opposite.
Patriots-Jets Highlight The Best Week Of NFL Football YetHere's a closer look at some of the best matchups on the schedule for Week 16 of the NFL season.
Even Without Peyton Manning, Patriots-Broncos Is Game Of The WeekHere's a look at the Patriots vs. Broncos this weekend in addition to a few other games worth watching in Week 12.
Mayhew: Lions Changing 'Some Of Our Procedures' With Draft EvaluationsEighteen of the 51 players drafted by the Lions since 2009 are either out of football completely or not currently signed to an NFL roster or practice squad.
5 NFL Games You Can't Miss This Weekend (Week 6)Here are five games you want to make sure you don't miss this coming weekend.
The Latest On NFL Opener: Brady Takes The Field To CheersAs Tom Brady began tossing the ball - presumably properly inflated - to receiver Danny Amendola, the precipitation slowed to a drizzle.
#FreeBrady Spreads As Fans At Detroit Tigers Game Make PleaThe most egregious to New England fans appears to be the suspension of Brady - claiming there is no direct connection to Brady and the action of deflating the footballs.