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Lions Coach Jim Caldwell Says Organization Concerned About Comments From WR Calvin Johnson

When one of the great players in the history of your team comes out and says some not so nice things about the team that made him famous, you have to take note. That's exactly what took place when former Lions wide out Calvin Johnson made some comments about the team he played for, stating …

Giants ink Devin Taylor

Defensive end Devin Taylor started 16 games for the Lions last year, before becoming an unrestricted free agent. He lingered on the market longer than expected, but he now has landed with a new team.

Brock Osweiler’s no Roger Ebert when it comes to judging QB film

Despite 16 INT in 2016 and being dumped by the Texans, Osweiler still thinks he can be a starting QB in the NFL.

Jim Caldwell: Lions didn’t consider Colin Kaepernick, but he can still play

The Lions had an open backup spot after Dan Orlovsky hit free agency, but Caldwell said that the polarizing former 49ers quarterback was not in consideration for the job.

Check out photos from the Lions second day of OTAs

The Detroit Lions hit the field for their second day of the 2017 Organizes Team Activities (OTAs) Wednesday.

Eric Ebron to Michael Roberts: You won’t make more mistakes than I did

As a former top-10 draft pick, Ebron knows what it's like to start a career slow amid the eyes of everyone watching. His message to the newest Lions tight end has been simple: Relax.

Notes and observations from Detroit Lions OTAs

The Detroit Lions opened their doors to reporters Wednesday for the second day of Organized Team Activities, providing our first look at the new team.

Jim Caldwell confident Lions, Calvin Johnson will mend relationship

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell is confident that the franchise will be able to mend its relationship with retired wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Over the weekend, Johnson made some noise about be

Jim Caldwell hopes to fix “family” issue with Calvin Johnson

Very seldom do breakups go seamlessly, but Lions coach Jim Caldwell was surprised when Calvin Johnson's split with the team turned ugly with recent comments. But as a guy who tries to keep things as steady as possible, Caldwell hopes the rift can eventually be healed.

Lions hope to talk with Calvin Johnson about hard feelings

The Detroit Lions know Calvin Johnson is unhappy, and they hope to have an opportunity to speak with their iconic receiver to soothe whatever hard feelings have developed over his departure.

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