Rashean Mathis

Rashean Mathis After Concussion Ended His Season: 'I Know There's Life After Football'“I know there’s life after football, and I take that very seriously. I joke all the time I want to be on the golf course playing when I’m 80 years old, not laying in bed."
Lions Down To Three Healthy Cornerbacks After 18-16 Win Over PackersDetroit is down to three healthy cornerbacks now, after the position was wrecked by injuries this week.
Injury Report: A Healthy Detroit Lions Team Still Has Hard Test Ahead In Green BayThe Detroit Lions are looking very healthy right now and have a short injury report, but the season isn't getting any easier. This week brings a tough task for anyone as the Green Bay Packers are welcoming the Lions into Lambeau Field.
Rashean Mathis Out, Calvin Johnson Questionable Against Green BayLions cornerback Rashean Mathis will miss Sunday’s game against Green Bay, thanks to a concussion he most likely suffered against Minnesota three weeks ago.
Mathis In Concussion Protocol This Week After Hit He Took Against VikingsAccording to Lions head trainer Kevin Bastin, Mathis was checked for a concussion late in the Vikings game, was cleared, then began showing symptoms after the team traveled to London.
Lions CB Rashean Mathis Inactive For Game Against ChiefsDetroit Lions cornerback Rashean Mathis was ruled inactive for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Wembley Stadium.
Expensive Uber Rides, 'Training Camp Mode' All Part of Lions' London Trip"So training camp mode for sure, and I think it comes at a good time because we need something like that to rally us together and get this win.”
What To Know About New Lions Offensive Coordinator Jim Bob CooterThe 31-year-old has worked with Peyton Manning in both Indianapolis and Denver, and is now tasked with running a competent offense in Detroit and bringing the best out of Matthew Stafford.
Stafford X-Rays Negative; Rashean Mathis Doesn't Have ConcussionStafford said after the game that he would be fine, and that the injury didn’t affect his performance. He finished the game with tape and a glove on his hand.
Lions' Defense Searching For Consistency After Up-And-Down Year“So we’ve got to develop some consistency before we develop an identity and that’s the big thing we’ve been stressing with our guys."
Lions Defense Improving, But Still Has To Face High-Scoring Cardinals"So we’ll just continue to evolve, try to play to our players’ strengths and what they do well and hopefully we continue to improve.”
Lions Defensive Backs Coach Tony Oden Excited For Competition At CornerbackDetroit has made a point this offseason to make sure the team will not be in trouble if Bentley or Lawson cannot get healthy.
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