Archive for the ‘Detroit Lions’ Category

What kind of Year 2 jump can we expect from T.J. Hockenson?

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

The Lions have an odd history of drafting tight ends high in recent history. Eric Ebron—10th overall—didn’t work out as planned. Meanwhile, Brandon Pettigrew—20th overall—had a productive, yet still underwhelming career in Detroit.

Detroit Lions shut out of ‘Top 25 under 25’ list for 5th straight year

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

The Detroit Lions have had a superstar problem for a long time. Building young talent is absolutely key to success in this league, and while the Lions have been able to get solid contributors through the draft in the past few years, they’ve been lacking young All Pro talent for the better part of the last two decades. Media outlets commonly compile lists of the 25 best players in the NFL under the age of 25.

Lions offseason questions: Breakout player

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Ragnow's stature is rising, and he's not close to reaching his ceiling. Ragnow was a good starting guard as a rookie in 2018, and he was an even better center when he moved there in 2019. Ragnow has all the physical traits and temperament to take another jump in 2020 and eventually become a perennial Pro Bowl and All-Pro center for years to come.

Detroit Lions reportedly received proposal about moving training camp to West Virginia

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Detroit Lions reportedly received proposal about moving training camp to West Virginia If stay-at-home restrictions impact their ability to host a regular training camp, the Detroit Lions have another option. Pro Football Talk reported Tuesday that the Lions are one of two teams to receive a proposal about moving training camp to The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, along with the Carolina Panthers. The Lions declined comment when asked about their plans for camp Wednesday.

Detroit Lions reportedly received proposal about moving training camp to West Virginia

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Detroit Lions reportedly received proposal about moving training camp to West Virginia If stay-at-home restrictions impact their ability to host a regular training camp, the Detroit Lions have another option. Pro Football Talk reported Tuesday that the Lions are one of two teams to receive a proposal about moving training camp to The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, along with the Carolina Panthers. The Lions declined comment when asked about their plans for camp Wednesday.

Notes: Golladay projected to have 3rd-most receiving yards in NFL

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Detroit Lions receiver Kenny Golladay is coming off the best season of his career. His 11 league-leading touchdowns were enough to earn him his first Pro Bowl nod, but that only tells some of the story. He also finished with a phenomenal 18.3 yards per catch (good for third best in the league) and was sixth in receiving yards among wide receivers.

Reggie Wayne refused to work out for the Lions when he was a free agent: ‘You the Detroit Lions’

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Reggie Wayne doesn't think highly of the Lions.

Detroit Lions among 10 most injured teams in 2019

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

The Detroit Lions undoubtedly went through some hardships when it came to injuries in 2019. Matthew Stafford missed the second half of the season due to a back injury, and his backup was only able to play three games before his season ended. Defensively, the Lions seemed decimated.

Detroit Lions team doctor: Second wave of coronavirus would be ‘incredibly devastating’

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

A second wave of the coronavirus, which some doctors fear could be headed America's way this fall, would be "incredibly devastating" to the NFL's chances of playing its 2020 season, Detroit Lions team physician Asheesh Bedi said. "I think it’s a real concern," Bedi said in an interview on "The Adam Schefter Podcast." And obviously that’d be incredibly devastating not just for sports and seasons, but for the economy and so many facets of our life.

Detroit Lions reportedly invited to hold training camp in West Virginia

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

The Detroit Lions haven’t taken their training camp on the road since their final trip to Saginaw Valley State University all the way back in 2001. Jeff Okudah, the club’s top pick in this year’s draft, was 2 years old at the time. But they have an opportunity to do it again this year.