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Detroit Lions 2015 NFL draft prospect: Texas DT Malcom Brown

Detroit Lions 2015 NFL draft prospect: Texas DT Malcom Brown

Brown, a consensus All-American last season, would complete a revamped defensive tackle rotation for the Lions after losing Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in free agency.

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Video of Detroit Lions scouts reacting to UCF WR Breshad Perriman toasting the 40-yard dash

Perriman, the son of former Lions receiver Brett Perriman, blew away the 40-yard dash at UCF's pro day earlier in the week. The 6-foot-2, 212-pounder was clocked unofficially anywhere from 4.22 to 4.27 seconds according to the school.

Detroit Lions' Stephen Tulloch will start at middle linebacker when he returns; Tahir Whitehead's position unknown

The Detroit Lions are in no hurry to bring back Stephen Tulloch from an ACL injury. But whenever he does step foot on that field, he'll do so as a starter.

Jim Caldwell: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford will be better in Year 7, but don't expect anything drastic

Matthew Stafford's production slipped in his first year of the new offense. But his completion percentage was up, his turnovers were down and the Detroit Lions won 11 games behind him. Five of those were of the comeback variety, each of which was led by Stafford.

Jim Caldwell: Eric Ebron still the right pick for the Detroit Lions, despite rookie struggles

Jim Caldwell insists that despite all the talent selected right behind Ebron in last year's draft, the tight end remains the correct pick for his team at 10th overall.

Packers' Mike McCarthy on Ndamukong Suh leaving division: I'm trying to teach my 6-year-old to do cartwheels

Ndamukong Suh is headed to South Beach, which is bad news for a Detroit Lions team that has to figure out how to replace him. But it's very good news for the rest of the NFC North.

Golden Tate could return punts for Detroit Lions in 2015

Detroit trotted out Tate for a punt return in its wild-card matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. And coach Jim Caldwell said he expects to use more of that package in 2015.

Jets sign former Lions TE Kellen Davis

One of the elements the New York Jets lacked last season was a true blocking tight end. Now they have one. On Wednesday, they signed former Detroit Lions tight end Kellen Davis to a one-year contract, according to a league source. The 29-year-old Davis, joining his sixth team in nine years, will join a tight-end group that includes Jace Amaro, Jeff Cumberland and Zach Sudfeld, all of whom are better receivers than blockers. Davis has only 50 career receptions -- only three over the last two seasons -- so we're not talking about a player who will be featured in the passing game.

Detroit Lions won't change defensive scheme, sticking with 4-3

Jim Caldwell told his team's beat reporters that Detroit won't make any major changes to its scheme. They will stick with the 4-3 as their base.
Alternate jerseys could be coming for Detroit Lions in 2015

Alternate jerseys could be coming for Detroit Lions in 2015

The Detroit Lions won't be overhauling their logo this year. They won't be changing their color scheme. But it sure seems like they'll be sporting some kind of alternate look.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin believes Ndamukong Suh's dirty plays are a thing of the past

You sign Ndamukong Suh because he's one of the most lethal defensive players in the game, and not because he'll always play nice. Miami thinks it can have it both ways.

Tom Lewand comfortable with Detroit Lions' decison to restructure Ndamukong Suh's contract, subsequent negotiations

Many have cited those restructures as the beginning of the end for Suh in Detroit, but team president Tom Lewand says even with hindsight, he wouldn't have done things any differently.

Detroit Lions DT Haloti Ngata, now 31 years old, still at the height of his game according to coaches

He became a bona fide star at the position during his nine seasons in Baltimore. Ravens coach John Harbaugh referred to him as "iconic" several times during the NFL owners meetings this week. But just what kind of player are the Lions getting?

Detroit Lions' proposal to expand replay killed at NFL owners meetings

The league approved Tennessee's proposal to make the game clock reviewable at the end of a half, game or overtime. Every other replay-related issue either failed or was tabled at the owners meetings this week -- including Detroit's proposal to expand replay to all plays on which a flag was thrown.

Why Miami was determined to outbid Detroit Lions for Ndamukong Suh, with some help from his old strength coach

The Lions eventually offered $102 million -- a record payday -- but not until around the start of the negotiating period. By that time, Suh's best move was to see what kind of money he could fetch on the open market. By Sunday -- two days before teams are allowed to offer a formal contract -- Miami had an agreement in place.

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  • 1 Matthew Stafford

    Matthew Stafford

    Jim Caldwell: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford will be better in Year 7, but don't expect anything drastic

  • 1 Stephen Tulloch

    Stephen Tulloch

    Stephen Tulloch confirms he'll be back with Detroit Lions next season

  • 1 Eric Ebron

    Eric Ebron

    Jim Caldwell: Eric Ebron still the right pick for the Detroit Lions, despite rookie struggles

  • 1 Tahir Whitehead

    Tahir Whitehead

    Detroit Lions' Stephen Tulloch will start at middle linebacker when he returns; Tahir Whitehead's position unknown

  • Haloti Ngata

    Haloti Ngata

    John Harbaugh is confident that Ravens can fill void left by Ngata, McPhee

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