Photo by Steven King/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images A closer look at the top storylines as the Detroit Lions enter the OTA stage of the offseason. Technically, the Detroit Lions’ organized team activities (OTAs) began on Tuesday. However, those practices were quietly held behind closed doors. Later this week, the Lions will open doors to the media, giving us a first … [Read more...] about 10 things to watch during 2022 Detroit Lions OTAs
Photo by Allan Dranberg/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images With Detroit Lions OTAs now underway, which player’s storyline should provide the most intrigue? Detroit Lions organized team activities (OTAs) are underway this week at Allen Park. While players still don’t have full pads on, this—along with mandatory minicamp in a couple weeks—represents the final stage of … [Read more...] about Open thread: Who is the most exciting Lions player to follow at OTAs?
Kirthmon F. Dozier / USA TODAY NETWORK Going position by position through the Lions 90-man roster the year prior to Brad Holmes taking over the general manager position and comparing it to the latest roster. There is no doubt the Detroit Lions roster feels very different than it did two years ago in the season before Brad Holmes took over the general manager position. … [Read more...] about Comparing the Lions’ 2022 and 2020 90-man rosters, Part 1: Offense
Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images Former Detroit Lions running back Bo Scarbrough is, again, making the most out of his opportunities—this time in the USFL. Though Bo Scarbrough’s time with the Detroit Lions was short, he made a big impression with fans in his brief time on the field. Scarbrough signed to the Lions’ practice squad in November of 2019, and a week … [Read more...] about Notes: Former Lions RB Bo Scarbrough wins USFL Offensive Player of the Week
Photo by Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images In spite of hype, there’s some key issues with the Detroit Lions. We break them down on our latest episode of the PODcast. With OTAs just around the corner, the Lions start a long road to return to football, by doing football-related things. That’s how we describe the Pride Of Detroit PODcast, which is … [Read more...] about The 3 biggest questions the Detroit Lions must answer in 2022
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Detroit selected four players on Day 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft, so let’s discuss which one has best chance of seeing the field in their first season. With how much we’ve seen of Aidan Hutchinson and Jameson Williams recently, it’s easy for the players Detroit rounded out their draft class with to fade into the background. James Mitchell, … [Read more...] about Which Lions’ Day 3 draft pick will get the most snaps in 2022?
Megatron love never gets old, IMO. In a league full of superstars, former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says Detroit Lions legend Calvin Johnson was his toughest opponent. Sherman talked about some of his favorite matchups on The Richard Sherman Podcast, including the Lions Hall of Famer. “Arguably the best player I’ve ever played against — ever lined up … [Read more...] about Notes: Richard Sherman on Calvin Johnson: ‘best player I’ve ever played against’
JOHN HEIDER | hometownlife.com, Hometownlife.com via Imagn Content Services, LLC Time for another Detroit Lions mailbag. Send your questions to us now! Detroit Lions Organized Team Activities start this week, and we’ll get some answers to questions we’ve been wondering about since the NFL Draft a few weeks ago. We’ll get our first idea of where the Lions’ depth chart … [Read more...] about Ask POD: Detroit Lions mailbag submissions, KOOL AID SEASON edition
Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports If Jared Goff wants to stay a Detroit Lion and reclaim his status as a former No. 1 pick, he needs to make these five improvements in 2022. Jared Goff needs to just win football games, am I right? Okay, now that we got that out of the way, let me get the whole “quarterback wins are not a real stat” thing out of the way, too. Everyone good … [Read more...] about 5 things Jared Goff needs to improve on in 2022