The Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford said he is keeping his focus on the football field despite the ongoing negotiations to nail down an extension of his current deal, which expires in two years.
“We certainly need to improve dramatically from this year and our entire team–front office, coaches and players–is focused on that,” Lewand said. His interview will air at 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.
“There has to be accountability, there will be accountability,” said Detroit Lions’ Tom Lewand.
Detroit Lions defensive end Cliff Avril begged to differ Saturday with team president Tom Lewand’s stance that the next move in their contract talks belongs to Avril.
Club president Tim Lewand said he has been in contact with commissioner Roger Goodell regarding the off-field troubles of second-year players Nick Fairley and Mikel Leshoure.
Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand says the franchise has unwavering and strong support for a bill about concussions that is making its way before Michigan legislators.
Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand promoted the benefits of Senate Bill 1122, which would require youth sports organizations and schools to adopt concussion-awareness guidelines.
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.