ESPN.com Detroit Lions reporter Michael Rothstein and ESPN Insider Mike Sando discuss Matthew Stafford's evolution.
A pre-trial hearing for the battery charges against former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has been continued to April 8.
News of the trade to get defensive tackle Haloti Ngata popped up on Twitter even before Lions head coach Jim Caldwell had heard confirmation.
Since he declared for the NFL draft and showed promise as a potential high-level prospect, it always felt like the Detroit Lions would give Breshad Perriman a long look.
ESPN Detroit Lions reporter Michael Rothstein discusses possible NFL draft prospects at running back.
If you're bothered by the Lions' lack of movement in free agency, it sounds like that was the plan all along. More from the Lions' Town Hall Meeting.
Golden Tate is bonding with his younger Detroit Lions teammates over video games and a desire to impart wisdom of what he has learned in his career.
Lions receiver Golden Tate estimated between 10 and 15 Lions players play the video game, Call of Duty, regularly,
Golden Tate doesn't think the recent changes to the Lions' defense, including the loss of Ndamukong Suh, will put more pressure on the Lions' offense.
Analyst thinks Texas product Malcom Brown would be a good fit for team.
Offensive lineman tore his ACL in the Aggies' bowl game this season.
Over the past two years, linebacker DeAndre Levy has been known as the most adventurous of the Lions in terms of traveling the world.It has led to admiration from teammates, who want to see the world as he does.
With free agency essentially completed and the 2015 draft a month away, there is starting to be a consensus on what the Detroit Lions will need to help fill out their roster for the 2015 season and beyond.
Answering questions on a potential Rob Sims return, interest in Jonathan Martin and more.
The Lions are expecting more out of tight end Eric Ebron after a modest rookie season.