With the developing lack of depth along the Cowboys defensive line, the team has gone out and signed defensive end Jarius Wynn.
In order to make room for Wynn, the team also released defensive lineman David Carter and cornerback Chris Greenwood. The Boys also signed running back Davin Maggett to the practice squad.
All these moves probably mean that Wynn is in the active...
No pain, no gain, right?
Part of being a NFL player is playing through injuries. At least that's the perception. The unwritten rule is that you suck it up and do everything you can to stay on the field.
But does that type of mentality sometimes become a detriment for both the player and the team?
Detroit Lions secondary coach Marcus Robertson has seen the negative side of...
Here is the latest news on the Detroit Lions news heading into their Week 6 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles… • A lot of news about fifth round rookie cornerback Chris Greenwood coming out today. He is eligible to return off … Continue reading →
The Detroit Lions have signed former New York Jets cornerback Justin Miller as they try to fill a position weakened by their dismissal of the legally challenged Aaron Berry and the loss to injury of Chris Greenwood.
The Lions said Wednesday that they signed Miller and cut wide receiver Marcus Harris.
Miller was drafted by the Jets in 2005 and last played for the team in 2009.
Via AP on Fox
July 25, 2012
Monday the Lions tied up their final loose end from this past draft when they signed Riley Reiff to a four-year rookie contract worth and estimated $8 million dollars with $6.5 million guaranteed.
The signing allowed Reiff to report to rookie training camp today along with the other Lions draft picks.
Detroit getting Reiff under contract is obviously significant but it may be even...
Detroit Lions defensive back Chris Greenwood is trying to make quite a jump.
Drafted in the fifth round out of Albion College, Greenwood has been at rookie minicamp with his hometown team. Greenwood is from the Detroit area and went to Martin Luther King High School. He says it's a big adjustment, going from Division III to an NFL camp, but it's an important experience for...
The Detroit Lions drafted some bigger names from big-time schools this past weekend. Three players from Oklahoma one from Iowa. And they also took a couple from smaller schools – New Mexico State, Temple and Louisiana-Lafayette. In the sixth round, they drafted a cornerback from Division III Albion College in Albion, Michigan. His name is Chris Greenwood.