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Ian Allan and Justin Eleff look back on Week 1 of the NFL preseason, then cobble together a new division to preview. Sponsored by Footballguys.  more »


Around the NFL: Marvin Jones

I think we all have players we tend to draft year after year -- not top guys, but medium guys who we'll select a round or two earlier than necessary just to make sure we secure them. For me, one of those players is Marvin Jones. I think I'll be drafting him again this year.   more »


Around the NFL: DJ Chark

No one is really sure what Jacksonville's offense will look like under Urban Meyer. How he'll use his running backs, what the depth chart will look like at tight end, and how the wideouts will be ordered. Meyer had some things to say about potential No. 1 DJ Chark yesterday.   more »



Jaguars sign former Lions WR Jones

The Jaguars signed veteran wide receiver MARVIN JONES this week, reuniting the former Lions wideout with new Jacksonville offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. Jones is expected to add a veteran presence toMore the wide receiving corps, which should be expecting to catch passes from presumptive top overall pick TREVOR LAWRENCE this season. Less


Around the NFL: Marvin Jones

Marvin Jones is headed for free agency, and he's hoping to join a contender. His former quarterback, Matthew Stafford, is with the Rams, so maybe they'll kick the tires on him, as a downfield complement to Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp. But I'm not sure that's his game anymore.   more »



WR Jones to reunite with QB Stafford?

Veteran Detroit Lions wide receiver MARVIN JONES indicated via social media that he is interested in a reunion with quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD in Los Angeles. Jones is an unrestricted free agentMore this offseason after leading the Lions in receptions last year. Stafford, of course, will head to the Rams after the blockbuster trade with Detroit is finalized in March. Jones is also a Southern California native, adding to the allure of reuniting with Stafford in Los Angeles. Less

Source: Team Blog


Bevell era begins with Detroit victory

With rookie running back D’ANDRE SWIFT and star wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY both unavailable for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, their replacements carried the load in Detroit’s comeback win. VeteranMore running back ADRIAN PETERSON scored 2 touchdowns, while new lead receiver MARVIN JONES scored a touchdown and led the team in receptions and yards. MATTHEW STAFFORD looked re-energized under interim head coach Darrell Bevell, topping 400 yards passing with 3 touchdowns. Less



Lions WR Golladay returns to practice

Detroit Lions wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY returned to a limited practice on Wednesday as he works his way back from a hip injury that has kept him out of action forMore the past two weeks. While Golladay is trending in the right direction, fellow wideouts MARVIN JONES (knee) and DANNY AMENDOLA (hip) missed Wednesday’s practice due to their respective injuries. Less

Source: Detroit News


Lions WR Jones has lofty goals for 2020

Detroit Lions starting wide receiver MARVIN JONES says that he wants to lead the league in touchdowns in 2020, adding that he wants to catch over 15 touchdowns. While Jones’ goalMore is admirable, Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant are the only two wide receivers that have caught at least 15 touchdown passes in a season since 2012. Considering that KENNY GOLLADAY, DANNY AMENDOLA, and second-year tight end T.J. HOCKENSON are also on the roster – Jones could have a tough time reaching his goal. Less



Lions add former Packers WR Allison

The Detroit Lions added receiving depth over the weekend, agreeing to a one-year deal with former Green Bay Packers wideout GERONIMO ALLISON. Allison was undrafted out of Illinois in 2016, butMore he showed flashes over the past four seasons with the Packers. Allison joins a group in Detroit that’s returning its top four receivers from last year – including the starting trio of KENNY GOLLADAY, MARVIN JONES, and DANNY AMENDOLA. Less

Source: Detroit News


Lions place WR Jones on injured reserve

The Detroit Lions placed wide receiver MARVIN JONES on injured reserve on Tuesday after he suffered an ankle injury at the end of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Jones hadMore a solid season for the Lions, finishing with 62 catches for 779 yards and 9 touchdowns through 13 games. The Lions offense was bit hard by the injury bug this season, as the team also losing starting running back KERRYON JOHNSON and rookie tight end T.J. HOCKENSON. Less

Source: Detroit News

Ask the Experts: Who is this season's biggest trick...or treat?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Happy Halloween edition! Who is this year's biggest trick...or treat?  more »



Jones catches 4 touchdowns vs. Vikings

Detroit Lions wide receiver MARVIN JONES caught four touchdown passes in Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Jones became the first Lion to catch four touchdown passes since 1950. It wasMore also the second time in Jones’ career he caught four touchdown passes in one game, making him just the third player in NFL history with two games of at least four touchdown catches. There’s an Ian Allan trivia question in there somewhere. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Factoid: Marvin Jones

Marvin Jones catches 4 touchdowns against Minnesota, and that’s unusual on multiple fronts. One of the weirder individual games you’ll see.   more »



Detroit WR Jones still recovering from knee injury

Detroit wide receiver MARVIN JONES is continuing to work his way back following last season’s knee injury. Jones will not make the trip to Houston for the Lions second preseason gameMore against the Texans on Saturday night. Fellow wide receiver DANNY AMENDOLA will be in Houston, but he is slowly working his way back from an injury as well. Less

Source: Detroit News

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