Around The NFL editor Gregg Rosenthal makes the case for several teams that most likely can land Ndamukong Suh. Can the Oakland Raiders possibly pull off the titanic signing of Suh?
Eric Ebron struggled in his rookie season. Lions coach Jim Caldwell expects a big rise in Year 2 for the tight end, and NFL Media’s Bucky Brooks emphatically argues Ebron will break out.
Tyrunn Walker has amassed 28 career tackles. Could the 24-year-old rising player be asked to help take over the roles left by Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in Detroit?
The Ravens are sending a longtime member of their defense north. Baltimore has traded defensive lineman Haloti Ngata to the Detroit Lions, the Ravens announced Tuesday.
Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the Dolphins have emerged as the clear front runner for free agent Ndamukong Suh. How much money will the star defensive tackle command?
Ian Rapoport reported Friday that the Lions have re-signed kicker Matt Prater to a three-year contract extension worth $9 million. Good move for Detroit?
Albert Haynesworth knows a thing or two about massive contracts. The former Redskins defensive tackle offered some advice to Ndamukong Suh on his free agency. Read what Haynesworth had to say.
When one player makes everyone’s job easier, the desire to have him back increases. This is the case in Detroit right now with Ndamukong Suh’s landing spot up in the air.
Lions offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi said he put more on Matthew Stafford’s plate in the first year of the new offense than Drew Brees had until his fourth year with the Saints.
General manager Martin Mayhew emphasized Thursday that the Detroit Lions are willing to wield the franchise tag as a means to keeping Ndamukong Suh. Why is that such a surprise in NFL circles?