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Three free agents the Detroit Lions should sign

The Detroit Lions finished up the first leg of organized team activities (OTAs) on Thursday. OTAs give the team an opportunity to evaluate talent they have brought in through the draft and free agency.

Jim Caldwell isn’t interested in Kaepernick, but believes in him

The Lions don't have a veteran backup to quarterback Matthew Stafford. They're nevertheless not interested in adding Colin Kaepernick.

Lions add Matt Asiata to running back depth chart

A month after passing on running backs in the draft, the Lions have decided to add one in free agency. Former Vikings running back Matt Asiata has agreed to terms with the Lions, who worked him out early this month.

Veteran RB Matt Asiata agrees to one-year deal with Lions

Asiata is a five-year veteran who has spent the bulk of his pro career backstopping Adrian Peterson in Minnesota.

Report: Lions sign former Vikings RB Matt Asiata

When the Minnesota Vikings signed Pro Bowl running back Latavius Murray back in March, it was readily apparent the team was seeking an upgrade from its dead last rushing attack in 2016. That was only m

ESPN hires Chip Kelly as studio analyst for college football and NFL

Kelly spent last season as the head coach of San Francisco 49ers.

Lions QB Jake Rudock looks bigger, smarter — and better

Dan Orlovsky is out, which means the No. 2 job is up for grabs. Rudock seemed like the odds-on favorite for it too, until Brad Kaaya, Miami's all-time leading passer, fell to Detroit in the sixth round of the draft.

New York Jets hiring female intern to help coach defensive backs

Collette Smith is a lifelong Jets fan and coach in the Independent Women's Football League.

Celebrate the new NFL touchdown rule with these crazy player antics

The NFL has relaxed the rule on celebrating, which could mark the return of some crazy antics from the past.

Jalen Reeves-Maybin says he’s fully recovered in time for Lions OTAs

He fell to the fourth round of this year's draft due to questions about where he was physically after season-ending shoulder surgery. They're questions he still has to answer, but now he has the chance.


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