Jason Fox reportedly will sign Detroit Lions' tender
The Detroit Lions' offensive line is a huge question mark leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft. With a chance to win a starting gig, Jason Fox reportedly will sign his restricted free-agent tender Monday.
NFL draft questions: Detroit Lions to upgrade offense?
The Detroit Lions are notorious for selecting offensive players in the early rounds of the NFL draft. Is Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher among the Lions' first-round targets?
Ten players from 2012 NFL Draft poised for bigger roles
Now that we find ourselves in the thick of NFL draft hype season, last year's top prospects have gotten lost in the shuffle. Let's take a look at 10 players from the 2012 NFL Draft poised for a bigger role.
Jeff Backus retires after 12 seasons with Detroit Lions
Jeff Backus, who spent his entire 12-year career with the Detroit Lions, retired Thursday. The Lions now need some serious help in the trenches.
Offseason Forecast: Detroit Lions
The Lions' defense has been a mess for a generation, and they need more depth at the wide receiver position. Kevin Patra breaks down what to expect in Detroit.
Dominic Raiola reportedly to re-work Lions contract
The Detroit Lions are making moves to clear cap space before free agency. Center Dominic Raiola could have been one of them if he reportedly didn't re-work his deal.
Week 13 NFL injury report: Chicago Bears' stars look OK
Gregg Rosenthal rounds up the key injuries heading into Week 13, including the Chicago Bears, who will face the Seattle Seahawks with a penetrable offensive line ravaged by injures.
Johnathan Joseph out of Houston Texans-Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions have Calvin Johnson, one of the NFL's top receivers. The Houston Texans won't have cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who's injured. Advantage: Megatron and Motown.
Injury roundup: Julio Jones remains out of practice
Julio Jones, Clay Mathews, Aaron Hernandez, Jay Cutler, Alex Smith and LeSean McCoy are some of the big names on our Week 12 injury roundup.
Injury roundup: Byron Leftwich injury creates dilemma
The Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback problems intensified Monday with the news that Charlie Batch will start in place of ailing Byron Leftwich. Gregg Rosenthal examines that and Week 11's other major injuries.
Michael Oher, Baltimore Ravens begin contract talks
Baltimore Ravens left tackle Michael Oher has one season remaining on his rookie deal. But Oher and the Ravens officially have begun to negotiate.
Vikings' Jared Allen a threat to Lions' Matthew Stafford
Jared Allen has his eye on the prize. The Minnesota Vikings defensive end is looking to add a few more sacks to his stats against the Detroit Lions, but coach Jim Schwartz is prepared.
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.
Jim Schwartz: Riley Reiff must earn Lions playing time
The Detroit Lions drafted Riley Reiff in the first round knowing that one day he'll anchor their offensive line. There's no guarantee that'll happen this year, however.
Riley Reiff, Detroit Lions agree to rookie contract
The Detroit Lions don't have to worry about any rookie contract distractions when they open training camp this week. First-round draft pick Riley Reiff signed his four-year deal Monday.
Riley Reiff figures to play early, often for Lions
Offensive lineman Riley Reiff is making a quick impression in Detroit, so much so that OC Scott Linehan plans to give him ample playing time early in his rookie season.
Rob Sims adds weight, hopes to play next to Jeff Backus
After two seasons of playing at around and often under 300 pounds, Detroit Lions guard Rob Sims had added 20 pounds this offseason, returning to the weight he carried as a 2007 fourth round pick out of Ohio State by the Seattle Seahawks.
Matthew Stafford says Lions better in 2012
The Lions accomplished a lot in 2012 -- making the playoffs for the first time since the Clinton Administration. But Matthew Stafford likes what the team has done this offseason, and thinks Detroit is better for it.
Draft fallout: Can Riley Reiff play left tackle?
The Lions didn't draft tackle Riley Reiff to sit on the bench. But can he protect Matthew Stafford's blind side against the likes of Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews?