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Lions want it both ways on Thanksgiving, early-season home games

The Lions have talked to the NFL about getting themselves a more favorable early-season schedule after playing three of their first four games on the road the last two years.

Anquan Boldin wants to play next year, but not sure where

GM Bob Quinn has chatted with Boldin about returning to the Lions in 2017, when he turns 37, but a decision is not expected to come down until the summer.

Draymond Green tells Raiders fans to boycott Oakland, which sure is rich

The Warriors are leaving the city, too, in 2019.

Lions request fewer road games early in season

The 2017 NFL schedule figures to beĀ out in less than a month, and the Lions hope the word "at" doesn't appear after their name too many times in September. The Lions have played three of their f

Anquan Boldin, Johnson Bademosi in D.C. pushing criminal justice reform

Players from the Lions and other teams suggested last month that they'd be taking their political concerns to Washington D.C. Now, some of them are doing it.

Detroit might have spoiled its new uniforms in email to season-ticket holders

Reader beware: Uniform rumors are notoriously unreliable. But this email was sent from the team itself, so there's a good chance this is indeed the final product.

Jim Caldwell’s contract status with the Lions is something of a mystery

PHOENIX -- Jim Caldwell isn't a big fan of speaking with reporters. And that's OK, because he's paid to coach football and not fill notebooks.

Roger Goodell considers allowing NFL players to actually celebrate TDs

It seems commissioner Roger Goodell might be open to some adjustments.

Detroit is investing in its draft prep with cold, hard cash

PHOENIX -- Bob Quinn spent a couple nights here at the Biltmore Hotel this week to drop in on the owners meetings. And that's unusual.

Lions continue search for a power back with scouting Texas’ D’Onta Foreman

Detroit has been one of the most active teams on the college pro day circuit and is investing a particular focus in looking at running backs, where a need remains and where the draft has some of its best talent.