Lions Bob Quinn And Matt Patricia Get One More YearThe Detroit Lions are sticking with their leaders in the front office and on the field, hoping continuity helps the franchise have success that has been elusive for several decades.
Lions Sink To New Low With loss To WashingtonThe Detroit Lions can only hope this is rock bottom for 2019.
Detroit Lions Draft Haul Highlighted By Hockenson and TavaiDetroit general manager Bob Quinn was asked if it gives him pause when the Lions seem to be valuing a player more than various analysts.
Lions, Pass-Catching Options Possible In DraftThe Detroit Lions were the laughingstock of the league when they drafted wide receivers in the first round three straight years from 2003 to 2005, and none of them panned out for the franchise.
Detroit Lions Hire Mike Disner To Manage Salary CapThe Detroit Lions have hired Mike Disner as vice president of football administration.
Detroit GM Bob Quinn Feels The Lions Can Win A Super Bowl With HimQuinn said in no uncertain terms Friday that Stafford is Detroit's quarterback.
Cooter's Out As Lions OCCooter was a holdover from Jim Caldwell's staff, but his first season with Patricia did not go well.
Lions Reportedly Sign LeGarrette Blount
Lions Reportedly Close To Signing Gore, With Blount Still In MixGore ran for 961 yards last year, which would have ranked first on the Lions by a mile.
Lions To Host Gore As Search For Veteran RB ContinuesGore ran for 961 yards last year, which would have ranked first on the Lions by a mile.
Jonathan Stewart Another RB Visiting Lions Monday: ReportStewart turns 31 this month.
Lions Were Reportedly One Of Four Finalists To Sign Richard ShermanSherman signed a three-year deal with San Francisco on Saturday.
Five Free Agent Running Backs Who Could Catch Lions' FancyAs things stand today, the team has about $27 million in open cap space.
Quinn Puts Onus On Golladay To Get His Body Right In OffseasonGolladay is a physical specimen, 6'4, 220 pounds and shredded with muscle.
After Franchise Tagging Ansah, Quinn Says It's About More Than StatsAnsah will make about $17.5 million next season, making him the league's highest-paid defensive end.