The Lions announced the release of running back Jahvid Best on Wednesday.
Indianapolis and Washington came out of nowhere in 2012 to reach the playoffs. So which teams follow them this season? Here are four that qualify.
Owners would be hard pressed to keep up with everything going on this offseason. Our Jamey Eisenberg shares his observations on every team and what it may mean for owners on Draft Day 2013.
Looking back at the 2010 NFL Draft's first round, Pete Prisco wants a do-over -- like Jason Paul-Pierre to the Lions at No. 2 over Ndamukong Suh.
Every NFL Draft takes three years to truly evaluate. Pete Prisco looks back at his 2010 Grades (he'd like to have that Jimmy Clausen prediction back).
Lions running back Jahvid Best says he won't give up on his goal to play again. The 24-year-old has suffered three major concussions, two in the NFL. He has not been cleared to return by neurologists, and it's unclear if he ever will.
Right now the receivers are catching big money. But, as Clark Judge notes, the recent deals prove this much: It doesn't pay (as much) to be a slot receiver.
The Lions have the quarterback and wide receiver to get to the top of the NFC North. So why aren't they there?
Nate Burleson, via Twitter, is telling the world that he's just restructured his contract to extend his stay in Detroit.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson thinks that teammate Jahvid Best should 'shut it down,' instead of trying to return from his third career concussion.

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