Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
If you missed the ESPN NFL Nation mock draft show earlier Monday, the Detroit Lions' selection at No. 23 was an interesting one.
Lions reporter Michael Rothstein breaks down his first-round selection.
A look back at the six drafts that Mayhew has made in Detroit, by position.
Detroit Lions GM Martin Mayhew stressed these beginning workouts are voluntary and he understands what James Ihedigbo is going through.
The schedule sets up reasonably well, Ryan Broyles looks healthy and more/
What are the odds the Lions tab a receiver with their first- or second-round pick? Michael Rothstein explores in his mailbag.
GM Martin Mayhew saw a picture of DeAndre Levy walking out on the wing of a biplane in Washington, and that was enough.
Team has expressed interest in retaining veteran leaders.
The Detroit Lions are keeping their left tackle through 2016.
Options could be available in later rounds.
The attorney for former Detroit Lions offensive lineman Rodney Austin has released the warrants issued for his clientâ
James Ihedigbo decided to skip the Lions' voluntary workouts that started this week. He's the only Lions player who is not in attendance.
Join us today for NFL Nation TV's Spreecast 53 as USC defensive lineman and pending first-round draft pick Leonard Williams visits the show.
The Detroit Lions faces brutal stretches in their schedule at the beginning and end of the season
From now until the draft, we're going to look at each Lions' position group and where things stand as offseason workouts begin this month.
Team needs to start thinking about its future at the position.
Mark Schlereth discusses Lions safety Glover Quin's prediction that Detroit will begin the season with a 7-1 record.
The Lions used all 30 of their visits, bringing in eight DD-lineman, seven WRs, six O-linemen, six DBs and three RBs.
NFL coaches and general managers on the strengths of the 2015 draft class.
The Detroit Lions were busy on their final day of pre-draft visits Wednesday, bringing in three prospects including two possible first-rounders.
Quin first noticed the opener, and then the finish, and then the placement of the home games.
After perusing Detroit's first eight opponents on the newly released NFL schedule, safety Glover Quin says the Lions will start 7-1.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford already feels more comfortable than last year entering offseason workouts.
ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein discusses which direction the team might go in the NFL draft.