1. Detroit Lions: Answering the Post-OTA Mailbag

    These are the dog days of the NFL calendar. Not much is going on either on or off the field in most places, and Detroit is no exception...

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  2. Detroit Lions Work out Offensive Lineman Bryce Quigley

    With their fourth offensive tackle spot still up for grabs, the Detroit Lions worked out former San Diego State offensive lineman Bryce Quigley after minicamp today...

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  3. Lions' Ndamukong Suh Leaves; Will He Have a New Deal When He Returns?

    Ndamukong Suh sprinted off the field after the final practice of Detroit Lions minicamp today without saying a word to reporters for a second straight day...

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  4. Detroit Lions Break Minicamp, Wary of Losing Momentum During Time off

    When Jim Caldwell gathered his players together at the end of minicamp today, he repeated a message he has shared in almost every meeting since he took over as Detroit Lions coach: There's a high cost for low living...

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  5. Observations from minicamp and offseason

    The Detroit Lions offseason officially began around 1 p.m. on Thursday afternoon, when Jim Caldwell finished his final media obligation of the spring and the players all shuttled off to begin a six-week break...

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  6. Observations from Day 2 of Lions Minicamp

    There is now one day left. The Detroit Lions finished up the second day of their mandatory minicamp Wednesday and it was probably the most balanced day the team has had during their sessions...

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  7. Lions' Matthew Stafford to Have More Control over Offense

    Before many Saints plays, quarterback Drew Brees repeatedly shouts “kill” to signal which of the two called plays the offense will run...

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  8. Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford Appreciates Benefits of Ladder Cam

    ALLEN PARK >> Nothing about Matthew Stafford 's mechanics gets past coach Jim Caldwell thanks to his ladder cam...

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  9. Detroit Lions Notes: DeAndre Levy Makes Switch

    ALLEN PARK >> DeAndre Levy has gotten more comfortable at the weakside linebacker spot through the second day of mandatory minicamp...

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  10. Adapting Eric Ebron Shows Athleticism

    Rookie tight end Eric Ebron's size, speed and versatility got him here and it's starting to show in practice...

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  11. Detroit Lions Players Climbing the Depth Chart

    Too often, the Detroit Lions were one or two plays away from victory in 2013. They had a fourth-quarter lead or tie in 15 games but couldn't get it done...

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  12. The MOST STUBBORN MAN in FOOTBALL: MATTHEW STAFFORD

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  13. Lions Plan on Having a Smarter Offense

    The Detroit Lions haven't even reached training camp yet and already, their biggest offensive player is insisting on one difference from the team's offense of the past...

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  14. Concussions Push TE Scheffler to Call It Quits

    Tony Scheffler is retiring from the NFL after suffering three concussions over the past four years, the tight end told The Associated Press on Wednesday...

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  15. Gunther Cunningham Impressed by Detroit Lions' New Defense, Coaches

    After three straight seasons of declining sack totals, the Detroit Lions are making plans to meet at the quarterback again this year. And the man who used to run the Lions' defense thinks that the new scheme installed by his replacement will work...

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  16. Drew Sharp: A Lot Is Riding on Detroit Lions Coach Jim Caldwell's Stoicism

    The best approach is always the next approach. Nothing validates hope more than the idea of something different...

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  17. Detroit Lions' Returner Jeremy Ross Could Find a Role on Offense

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  18. Reggie Bush: Matthew Stafford Fits Perfectly in Lions O

    After closing last season with a 2-6 record as Matthew Stafford struggled down the stretch, the Detroit Lions entered the offseason determined to fix their franchise quarterback...

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  19. 6 Bold (and Slightly Less Bold) Predictions for the 2014 Detroit Lions

    With a new coaching staff and some key personnel additions, the Detroit Lions are a big unknown heading into the 2014 NFL season...

    Jeff Risdon Written by Jeff Risdon about 1 month ago 13,710 reads 61 comments

  20. Houston a No-Show for Mandatory Minicamp; Caldwell Not Disappointed

    ALLEN PARK -- Chris Houston 's absence continued Tuesday when he missed the first day of the Detroit Lions ' mandatory minicamp while recovering from toe surgery...

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  21. Debate: Which Lion Needs to Step Up in '14?

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  22. Detroit Lions Moving Away from Reggie Bush, Golden Tate on Special Teams

    It sounds as if punt returner is not going to be the most hotly contested position as Lions training camp. Jeremy Ross will be the starter, according to Golden Tate...

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  23. Detroit Lions' Golden Tate Wants Minicamp to 'Stay Turned Up'

    Detroit Lions receiver Golden Tate wants to keep it simple. As the team transitions from organized team activities and kicks off a three-day minicamp Tuesday, Tate just wants to see more of the same...

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  24. Ross Transforms His Game in Offseason

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Mike Blasquez saw the smile and the confidence after workouts concluded. Every day, Blasquez had his core group of NFL players who were training at the University of California compete at the end of training sessions...

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  25. Kyle Van Noy Adds Elite Coverage Skills and Pass-Rush Ability to Lions Front 7

    The Detroit Lions selected Kyle Van Noy with the 40th overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft...

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