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Amari Spievey to IR; Drayton Florence added by Lions
The Detroit Lions moved safety Amari Spievey to injured reserve Saturday, nearly a month after he suffered a concussion in Week 7. The team activated CB Drayton Florence.
Calvin Johnson misses Detroit Lions' week of practice
Calvin Johnson's knee continues to be an issue as the Detroit Lions prepare to play the Jacksonville Jaguars. The wide receiver again missed practice Friday.
Detroit Lions training camp: Aerial acrobatics in Motor City
Matthew Stafford directs one of the NFL's most potent passing offenses, but does a suspect Detroit Lions secondary stand a chance against the opposition? Chad Reuter reports from training camp.
Sean Jones agrees to one-year deal with Detroit Lions
In an attempt to fortify their secondary, the Lions agreed to terms with safety Sean Jones on a one-year deal. The former second-round draft pick spent the past two seasons with Tampa Bay.
Detroit Lions secondary remains a weakness
Jim Schwartz & Co. have done a great job upgrading the Lions' defense across the board. The only thing holding back Detroit from boasting one of the top units in the league? A suspect secondary.
Chris Houston comes to the defense of Lions secondary
The Detroit Lions' secondary was one of the league's most ridiculed units last season. But cornerback Chris Houston says his team's defensive backfield
How does free agency impact NFL hierarchy? Bears hit top five
Since free agency began, the league has been reshaped by a series of notable signings and trades. Elliot Harrison provides updated Power Rankings, with the Bears jumping into the top five.
Exit Interview: Lions need more bite on defense next season
If the Detroit Lions want to keep playing with the big boys, they must do something about their defense, Elliot Harrison writes.
Bears might make play for Rice; Pack faces crucial Jenkins call
If the Vikings don't keep Sidney Rice, the Bears could make a move for the talented receiver in an attempt to stay relevant.
Lions ready to take step, but best will still have to wait
The Lions have taken steps forward, but to see them winning more than a handful of games this season is wishful thinking.