GM Quinn And Coach Patricia Could Be Heading Into Their Last Season With The LionsThe Detroit Lions are entering their fifth — and perhaps final — season of trying to build a winning organization with former New England executives, coaches, and players.
Golladay Hopeful For New Deal SoonKenny Golladay has earned the right to get paid well in the NFL. He plans to do that in Detroit.
Lions Need To Show Big Improvements To Save Quinn, Patricia's JobsLost last nine games and 12 of 13 to close the season with Detroit's worst record in a decade.
NFL GMs, Coaches Enjoying More Balance In Life And WorkNFL general managers and coaches, and those who assist them, work within a highly competitive culture. Putting in extremely long hours is simply understood as part of the job.
Without Sports, Athletes Take On New ProjectsWith sports still largely on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, athletes and coaches have been looking for ways to pass all that unexpected free time.
Lions Patricia Talks Defense, Jarrad Davis And Ty Johnson Pulling Jeeps“I have addressed the full team – which has been really cool. We started with the offseason program last week, so awesome meeting last Thursday."
Lions Welcome Jeff Okudah To Detroit“First off, I want to thank coach (Patricia) and Bob (Quinn), the Ford family. I talked to (Owner and Chairman of the Board Martha Firestone) Ford this morning. I cannot wait to meet her, she seems like a great person. I’m just ready to get to Detroit and get it rolling.”
Dissension In The Lions Front Office Over First Round Draft ChoiceThe Detroit Lions have the No. 3 overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft and there is reportedly disagreement about what to do with the selection Thursday.
Lions GM Bob Quinn Talks Everything Draft And More“I never go in to conversations I have with other teams. You know that. I never talk about a conversation I have with another team, sorry.” Lions GM Bob Quinn.›
Lions Archive: Lions Lose Mistake Filled GameDwayne Haskins picked up his first NFL victory but inexplicably didn't take the final snap in victory formation.
Slay And Patricia Never Really Saw Eye-To-EyePatricia once told Slay he had no business working out with fellow cornerbacks like Aqib Talib and Richard Sherman because those players were elite whereas Slay was just good.