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4 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
At a time when tight ends such as Jimmy Graham want to be relabeled as receivers, soon to be free agent Brandon Pettigrew qualifies as a throwback.
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6 hrs ago | WISN-TV
Ford ran Ford Motor Co. for more than five decades in addition to owning the Lions.
6 hrs ago | Rant Sports
With NFL Free Agency set to start tomorrow, there has been much speculation as to what the Detroit Lions are planning to do.
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10 hrs ago | WKBT
UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: RBs James Starks and Kahlil Bell; DLs Ryan Pickett, Johnny Jolly, B.J. Raji and C.J. Wilson; C Evan Dietrich-Smith; TEs Jermichael Finley and Andrew Quarless; QBs Matt Flynn and Seneca Wallace; LBs Rob Francois and Mike Neal; WR James Jones; FB John Kuhn; OL Marshall Newhouse.
William Clay Ford Sr. got his first driving lesson from grandfather Henry Ford and took his first airplane ride in a Ford Tri-Motor piloted by Charles Lindbergh.
He was the man who paid Charlie Sanders' salary for years, the man Sanders looked at as a father figure, a boss and a friend.
The Detroit Lions announced today that owner and chairman William Clay Ford Sr. has died.
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Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford, the grandson of auto pioneer Henry Ford, died this morning of pneumonia, Ford Motor Co.
With the NFL free agency period starting this Tuesday, the list of available free agents keeps getting bigger and bigger by the hour.
Wide receiver Sammy Watkins runs after making a catch during the Clemson football pro day on Thursday in Clemson, S.C. / Associated Press General manager Martin Mayhew's attendance at Clemson's pro day last week to watch receiver Sammy Watkins might have spoken volumes about the Lions' interest and intentions in the draft.
They built the foundation for their Super Bowl championship team in the draft, finding inexpensive, young players at virtually every position.
Maybe the Detroit Lions will be bigger players in free agency than first thought.
Trading down in the NFL Draft. It's something that, in every draft cycle, gets written about in regards to every team.
In Year 1 of MartyBall, the Jets went against the leaguewide trend. In fact, they used two or more tight ends on only 206 plays.