Plenty Of Free Agent Options As Lions Look For Wide Receiver, SafetyThey can fill those needs as early as 4 p.m. Tuesday, though roughly $10 million in cap space will limit the Lions somewhat.
Delmas Signs With Dolphins; Patterson Released Safety Louis Delmas signed a one-year contract Monday worth up to $3.5 million with the Miami Dolphins, who shook up their secondary on the eve of free agency.
Report: Free-Agent Safety Louis Delmas Visits Steelers
Lions Release Louis DelmasThe Lions saved $5.5 million by letting Burleson go and $6 million more by cutting Delmas loose.
Reggie Bush Added To Lions Injury ListThe Detroit Lions face off with the Philadelphia Eagles this week. In the lead up to that contest, a new key offensive contributor finds themselves on the injury report.
Gunther Cunningham Watches Oregon Film To Help Prep For Speedy Eagles OffenseDetroit Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham studied up on what Kelly has been doing in his brief time so far with the Eagles. Then he dug deeper.
Johnson Not Denying Erin Andrews' Report Of Johnson's Knee Being DrainedErin Andrew reported Thursday that Lions GM Martin Mayhew told her Calvin Johnson has been getting his knee drained throughout the season.
Louis Delmas Has To Give His Pet Alligator Away Before new Detroit Lions wide receiver Kevin Ogletree would move in with Lions safety Louis Delmas, he told Delmas that a certain longtime house guest would have to go.
Lions Give Insight Into Game Day With Video And Mic'd-Up PlayersEver wonder what NFL players say before a big game, after a big play or on the sidelines? Now you know, at least a little.
Lions Neutralize Bears Forcing Four TurnoversDespite the solid performance and all the turnovers forced, Schwartz still seemed peeved after the game - understandable enough considering the Lions had a 40-16 lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter and ended up winning just 40-32.
Lions May Be Shorthanded Offensively Against BearsThe Lions take on NFC North rival the Chicago Bears at home, but without a couple of players than just suffered long-term injuries, and perhaps without a couple of key players on both sides of the ball.