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Reggie Bush might return kicks, punts for Detroit Lions
Reggie Bush hasn't worked on special teams since his days with the New Orleans Saints, but that could change. Coach Jim Schwartz says Bush might return kicks and punts for the Detroit Lions.
Stefan Logan loses Detroit Lions' patience, returner job
Stefan Logan remained the Detroit Lions' kick and punt returner through thick and thin this season. But Lions coach Jim Schwartz finally ran out of patience after Logan's latest gaffe.
NFL fantasy football notebook: Jahvid Best headed to PUP list
Jahvid Best is likely headed to the PUP list, adding a little clarity to an uncertain running back situation in Detroit. Plus, Roddy White reinforces the idea of Julio Jones' fantasy football evolution.
Fantasy football notebook: Bad news on Trent Richardson?
The Cleveland Browns latest update on rookie running back Trent Richardson isn't necessarily the worst news in the world. But as Marcas Grant writes, it's not encouraging, either.
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.
Chad Johnson emerges as Miami Dolphins' top receiver
Gregg Rosenthal runs down the latest news around NFL training camps. Could the artist formally known as Ochocinco be a No. 1 receiver again?
Titus Young seeks role in Detroit Lions' return game
The Detroit Lions' return game was middle of the pack at best last season. They might turn to Titus Young this year for a special-teams boost, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Smith's rise back to prominence triggered by screen play
An injury-prone running back went from NFL unemployment to Lions hero in a short period of time, thanks to a huge performance triggered by a simple screen against the Panthers.
Rise of returners warrants special attention for coverage units
The problem for multiple NFL teams is that they don't have anybody approaching similar talent within their coverage units, as they do return specialists.