Buffalo Bills tight end Jacob Hollister (80) – Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports As the Detroit Lions and the rest of the NFL cut down their rosters to 53 players, head coach Dan Campbell claimed that the team will be active on the waiver wire. Here are some of the other team’s notable cuts that could
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The Detroit Lions made a blockbuster trade this offseason season sending longtime quarterback Matthew Stafford to the east coast to join the Los Angeles Rams. In exchange, the Lions received a bounty of draft picks including first-round selections in the next two NFL drafts plus a third-rounder this past April. That trade result would have
The Detroit Lions are in the midst of trimming down their roster down to 53 players on Tuesday. And two big names have now emerged as reported cut casualties. But which one is the bigger disappointment? The Lions have reportedly decided to part ways with wide receiver Breshad Perriman and linebacker Jahlani Tavai. Both failed
The Detroit Lions‘ lack of talent within their wide receiver corps has been a hot topic for fans of the Pride this offseason. That after the new regime in Motown opted to pass on former starters like Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones Jr., and Danny Amendola. In their place, new general manager Brad Holmes opted to
When the Detroit Lions were on the clock for their first-round pick, seventh overall, in this year’s draft, they were staring at a name they weren’t sure would be available and jumped at the chance to make the selection. Now, after three preseason games, should they be worried about whether or not they made the
The Detroit Lions took a bold, new step in shaping the direction of their franchise in 2021. And while the hiring of general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell should have the biggest impact on the current rebuild, it’s the change under center that will undoubtedly have a bigger impact on the field.
Breshad Perriman #19 of the Detroit Lions (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images) Lions players have bought in to Dan Campbell; Should you? by Steven Mullenax With their loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Friday, the Detroit Lions suffered their third and final defeat of the preseason. And now it’s time to trim their roster to
It’s easy to love new Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell. His intensity and energy have brought excitement back to the Motor City after three seasons of mediocrity under Matt Patricia. But it’s also easy to label coach Campbell as a bit of a cartoon character. From his knee-biting introductory press conference that went viral
Godwin Igwebuike, Detroit Lions (Photo by DetroitFreePress Syndication) The Detroit Lions have finished the exhibition season and now must concentrate on making roster decisions. How will this regime handle the opportunity? Head coach Dan Campbell and his staff have completed their evaluation of their players. Now comes the hard part, making roster cuts. Campbell and
The Detroit Lions are set to cut down their roster to just 53 players in the coming days. And the new regime in Motown has some tough decisions to make. Yet, the team’s newest class of rookies is one that should not only be sprinkled throughout the team’s final roster to kick off the regular
David Blough, Detroit Lions (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) After a strong start, the Detroit Lions collapsed in the second half against the Colts as they lost their preseason finale by a score of 27-17. After starting slow in the first two games in the preseason, Detroit flipped the script and started off really strong.
David Blough, Detroit Lions (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) Lions vs. Colts: 3 offensive position battles to watch by Steven Mullenax Not a moment too soon, the Detroit Lions have put the 2021 preseason in the rear-view mirror. Now, it’s time for the remodeled team to embark on what could be a challenging campaign. In
The Detroit Lions are preparing to face off against the Indianapolis Colts Friday night at Ford Field in both team’s final preseason game of 2021. And while this final exhibition is usually known as the roster bubble bowl, the last contest for fringe players to prove they belong on the final roster, it could mean
Aaron Glenn, Detroit Lions (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images) The Detroit Lions linebackers have been horrible so far in the preseason. With Derrick Barnes being the only bright spot, Dan Campbell might as well just start him. It is a new regime in Detroit and they are rebuilding these Lions from the bottom of the
The Detroit Lions will face the Indianapolis Colts this Friday night in the final game of the preseason. SideLion Report has a prediction for you plus the odds, injury report, live stream, and TV info. The Detroit Lions are scheduled to play the Indianapolis Colts in their final preseason game of 2021 this Friday night, August
From 1930 to the current 2021 NFL season the Detroit Lions have 20 playoff appearances, with the last appearance coming in 2016. The Lions have 567 wins and 681 losses to go along with 33 ties. The last winning season the Lions had was in 2017 and their record was 9-7. Although the team is in rebuilding
Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell sent some headlines through the Honolulu Blue faithful news outlets when he mentioned he was concerned with lead running back D’Andre Swift‘s groin injury. Many of which reported his availability for the first game of the season was in question. With many injuries in the preseason, coaches and medical
The Detroit Lions will play their final game of the preseason this Friday night, August 27, at Ford Field with kickoff set for 7:00 p.m. EDT. Traditionally, the final exhibition of the preseason is reserved for fringe players as the last opportunity to prove they are worthy of a spot on the final 53-man roster.
The Detroit Lions’ 43rd overall second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft has not lived up to the expectations of a true second-rounder. Former general manager, Bob Quinn’s experiment with linebacker Jahlani Tavai has failed. Tavai is showing up every day and putting in the work and doing what the coaches want him to do
Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams (Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) The Detroit Lions made a hard decision this week. The type of difficult decision contenders make. Does this mean these Motor City cats are finally heading in the right direction? One of the things that separate the winners from the losers is the ability