The Detroit Free Press notes that "of course" the Lions won't release Fairley despite some fans wanting it to happen. This should probably go without saying, but it's a slow Memorial Day weekend so we're going to say it.
Fairley is too vital a member of their team's future. While his two arrests have been regrettable and might be fireable offenses at most jobs, it usually takes a lot more for a team to give up on a first round pick.
It may not exactly be three strikes and you're out, but any further infractions from Fairley should have serious consequences.