Caldwell Says "Slim" Chance Lions Have Starting O-Line Versus BuccsIf Lang misses Sunday's game, it will be his third absence this season.
Five Key Lions Miss Wednesday Practice, But Stafford On FieldHe's in line to start his 108th consecutive game Sunday in Baltimore.
T.J. Lang Hated Playing The Lions On Thanksgiving, Clashing With SuhHis perspective might change now that he's home, but T.J. Lang was no fan of traveling to Detroit and suiting up on Thanksgiving Day during his time with the Packers.
Reiff, Swanson Questionable Versus SeahawksThe Lions have been using a patchwork offensive line of late, but there's a chance two key cogs will return for Saturday's playoff game in Seattle.
Lions Injury Update: Swanson Out, Riddick Doubtful For SundayPer the team's injury report, Graham Glasgow (concussion) is out and Theo Riddick (wrist) is doubtful for Sunday's road game against the New York Giants.
Did Lions' Travis Swanson Play Through A Concussion On Sunday?Lions' center Travis Swanson played every snap against the Saints on Sunday, but sat out practice on Wednesday due to a concussion.
How Philip Rivers Inspired Stafford's 4th Quarter Hard Count"No," Caldwell said. "It did exactly what it was designed to do."
Lions Best Players By Position At Midway Point Of Season (Part 1)The Lions are right back where they started through eight games of the 2016 season, with as many wins as losses.
Injury Report: Lions Hope Lingering Injuries Won't Result In Season Finale Loss To Chicago BearsThe Detroit Lions really want to finish the season on a strong note, and the final game of the season is against a division rival - the Chicago Bears. Still, there are some lingering injuries that could play a factor in the game.
Rebuilding Again: Six Offseason Things The Lions Need To Focus OnIt's no secret the Lions are about to enter into yet another "rebuilding" phase of its history.
Samuelsen: 5 Lions Poised For Breakout SeasonsDefining potential breakout players is a difficult task. The term "breakout" implies that it's a player currently riding under the radar emerging seemingly from out of nowhere.
Raiola On His Tenure In Detroit: 'I'm Sorry That We Couldn't Be More Successful'Raiola has yet to decide whether he wants to retire or play one more season elsewhere.