The Broncos will have three participants in the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship join their coaching staff during training camp.
What is Levy worth to the Lions?
Among the swirling NFL rumors is talk of a contract extension for DeAndre Levy. Could the Lions re-sign him before the regular season starts? How much is the talented linebacker worth? NFL rumors roundup
After giving Quandre Diggs some first-team reps in the spring, the rookie has his sights set on winning the nickel corner job.
The Lions are planning to honor late Hall of Fame tight end Charlie Sanders with a decal on their helmets this season.
Laken Tomlinson: 'I love challenge'
The Lions first-round pick arrived at the team facility for training camp today. When asked about goal-setting, said "I love challenge. That's just something that I see every day."
Winners of starting roles on defense will have the added perk of spending less time on special teams units.
Each day from now until training camp, we will look at one position group to prepare for the 2015 Detroit Lions season.
George Johnson's departure left Detroit with another hole on the defensive line. Who are the candidates who could replace him in 2015?
The Lions have high hopes for a breakout season for Ansah, who has produced 15.5 sacks in his two seasons, and for the depth at the position.
Ideally, tight end Eric Ebron becomes the No.3 target in the Lions' passing game.
ESPN NFL Nation Lions reporter Michael Rothstein chats with Sarah Spain and Prim Siripipat about Detroit's offseason including criticisms of Matthew Stafford. Plus, why the Lions' defensive front four is the key to making the playoffs.
Has Megatron peaked?
Bothered by some injuries and approaching 30 years old, Calvin Johnson isn't quite the dominant physical presence we once knew him to be. However, he's still clearly among the league's best players. Grantland: NFL top 100
With Stephen Tulloch back on the field, linebacker should be one of the Lions' strongest positions on defense.
Each day until training camp, we are looking at one position group to prepare for the 2015 season. Today, it's the Lions' offensive line.
The Detroit Lions open training camp on Aug. 3 at the team's practice facility in Allen Park, Michigan. Here's a closer look at the Lions' camp.
A lot of the starters are fairly set as the team enters training camp on August 3, but some of the spots are still up for grabs.
The development of Eric Ebron in his second season is one of the big storylines for the Detroit Lions' tight ends in 2015.
Matthew Stafford gets his due
Left off the NFL Network's Top 100 players, Stafford is No. 68 in Bill Barnwell's rankings. Sure, the Lions QB is inconsistent from week-to-week, but his annual numbers are typically decent. Grantland: NFL rankings 61-100
Marking 50 days to the start of the NFL season, we count down from 50 to 1 with a number for each day.
Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate are two elite-level options. After that, thereâ
Matthew Stafford rated as a Tier 2 QB and was tied for No. 12 in ESPN's survey of NFL insiders who rated all of the starting quarterbacks.
Ameer Abdullah would like to follow in his oldest brother's footsteps when his playing career is done and go into law.
Mike Sando interviewed 35 NFL insiders to break the 32 projected starting QBs into tiers. The results? A clear indication of where each passer stands in the eyes of those calling the shots.
Bell missed all offseason activity because of injury, so second-round pick Ameer Abdullah got a lot of work and should see his fair share of action.
There will be a genuine battle to be the No. 2 quarterback this summer between Dan Orlovsky and Kellen Moore.
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