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Can Dez Bryant Hope to Top Megatron in TD, Yards This Year?

Can Dez Bryant Hope to Top Megatron in TD, Yards This Year?

Wide receivers are never lacking in confidence and making bold proclamations for their seasons. One to do so already for the 2013 season is the Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant who is looking to improve from his 2012 numbers; this included 92 receptions for 1,382 yards with 12 touchdowns. The punky 25-year-old said back in March

Looking at the Best Running Back Backups in the NFL

For every starting running back, its NFL team needs a good backup (or two). Some of these players may either take over in the starting role or get their opportunity in the next season. They may also be guys you may want to add to your fantasy teams as well. Take a look. Ben Tate

How Can the Detroit Lions Rediscover Their 2011 Magic?

For the Detroit Lions, their 2011 season represented one for optimism. With a 10-6 regular season record, it represented the team’s first winning season in the 2000’s and a first 10-win season since 1995. A rare postseason game followed after the Lions clinched the NFC Wildcard spot–its first playoff game since 1999–but the excitement was

Detroit Lions 2013 Training Camp Schedule

The Detroit Lions will hold their 2013 training camp for the seventh consecutive year at their headquarters and training facility in Allen Park. Beginning on Monday, July 29, fans can attend eight camp practice for free on a first-come, first-serve basis. In addition, for the team practices between July 26-28, Lions season ticket holders, its suite

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Wide Receivers of 2013

In addition to ranking the Top 10 fantasy running backs, another key position on any fantasy team is the wide receiver. In this pass-happy league, there’s a lot of depth at this position and for 2013, this top receivers will all look familiar. For one, it’s appropriate to say welcome back to the list. Calvin

2013 NFL Draft Grades for the NFC

The eternal three-day NFL 2013 Draft has again come to an end. This year offered some interesting surprises but at the end of the day, teams filled out their rosters with some rookies ready to hit the ground running while others will see playing time at a slower pace. Take a look at the NFC

Lions Sign Akers, Banks Is Not a Charity Case

Lions Sign K David Akers After having the same kicker for 21 years, the Detroit Lions quickly filled the void left by newly retired Jason Hanson one day later with former San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers. Akers, 38, signed a one-year deal with the team and said via the Associated Press, “I’m excited about

Lions Hanson Retires, Cardinals to Workout Barkley

Lions K Hanson to Retire After 21 NFL seasons, Detroit Lions veteran kicker Jason Hanson is calling it quits. The announcement came on the team’s website and for some fans, they may not have been surprised by the news. Last season, Hanson battled a heel injury and in this offseason it continues bothering him. The

Lions Interested in Reggie Bush, Darrelle Revis Gets Shopped Around at the Combine

With his career likely ending with the Miami Dolphins, running back Reggie Bush reportedly already has another team interested in him: the Detroit Lions. The team could use some help at running back as Jahvid Best appears unable to recover from his concussions. It still has Mikel Leshoure and Joique Bell but they lack Bush’s versatility, noted NFL.com.

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