On draft red flags, Lewand said, “There are a lot of different risks: medical risks, character risks, work ethic. There are a lot of different things to look at.”
The NFL lockout is over and training camp is just around the corner. No matter what rhetoric each side was throwing around, you knew there was no way the season was going to be a wash.
As quickly as you can say draft pick, the Detroit Lions are getting back to work quickly.
While Detroit Tigers’ first baseman Miguel Cabrera is the talk of the town due to his recent drunk driving arrest, he is not alone in this type of behavior among pro-atheletes.
The Detroit Lions have sold out Sunday’s home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles, team president Tom Lewand said before the start of practice today. The game will be shown on local television.
Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge after being arrested for allegedly driving drunk last month in northern Michigan.
Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand pleaded guilty today to a reduced charge of operating a vehicle while visibly impaired in connection with a June 25 incident near Houghton Lake in which he was arrested for […]
The Lions have had preliminary talks about a contract with the agents for No. 2 overall draft pick Ndamukong Suh. And while there’s no reason to expect the two sides to strike a deal anytime […]