The Detroit Lions used a fourth-round draft pick on Ronnell Lewis last year.
Rather, they wasted one.
Lewis, an undersized 6-foot-2, 253-pound defensive end, is one of four players released Sunday by the Lions to cut their roster to 80 players. The club must trim down to 75 by Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The other players who failed to make the most recent cut were safety Chris Hope, cornerback...
Ronnell Lewis came to Detroit as a fourth-round pick with a cool nickname - "The Hammer" - and a reputation as a special-teams star in college at Oklahoma.
A year later, he's trying to hang on to a job and prove he's really not a wasted draft pick and a total flop.
"Coming in, I didn't really know what to expect," Lewis said. "Now that I do...
Detroit Lions DE Ronnell Lewis tweeted an apology to fans for his part in an incident in Norman, OK last month. Lewis used Twitter to apologize to “everyone” and by that I presume he means fans, coaches, management and his teammates. He claims to have learned from his adventure and seems to commit to the idea that it won’t happen again. Good enough.
With his Tweets,...
Ronnell Lewis walked into Martin Mayhew’s office and offered up an apology for the foolishness that put him in jail in Norman , Oklahoma two weekends ago.
Everything is good, right? Maybe. Maybe not, but it took a relatively big man to swallow a little pride and stand contritely before the General Manager and state that he was wrong and apologize for his actions.
Everyone in Lions Land was simply holding their breath, hoping the team could make it to training camp at least, without further incident but it happened anyway. Another player on the team simply couldn’t stay out of trouble and remain in line.
Detroit Lions’ second year DE, Ronnell Lewis, also known from his collegiate days at Oklahoma as “The Hammer”, was arrested over...
Apeaceful offseason for the Detroit Lions has turned for the worse over the last month with two players being arrested.
The latest incident involved defensive end Ronnell Lewis, a flop last season as a rookie after being a fourth-round draft pick.
Lewis had to be Tasered twice afteralledgedly pushing another man to the ground and then punching him, right in front ofpolice officers...
Detroit Lions linebacker Ronnell Lewis faces three misdemeanor charges following his arrest during an altercation at an Oklahoma bar.
Norman police records show that the 22-year-old Lewis was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with public intoxication, disturbing the peace and interference with a law enforcement officer.
Lewis played eight games for the Lions last season...
Via AP on Fox
April 23, 2013
According to Jake Trotter of ESPN.com, Detroit Lions linebacker Ronnell Lewis was arrested over the weekend at a bar in Norman, Oklahoma due to three misdemeanor complaints.
Lewis, 22, got into the altercation early Saturday morning at Logan’s on the Corner, located in Norman’s Campus Corner entertainment district, according to the Norman Police Department.
Police responded to...
That makes nine arrests in the last two offseasons for the Lions.
#Lions DE Ronnell Lewis arrested on misdemeanor complaints after a bar incident in Norman, according to Jake Trotter of Sooner Nation
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) April 23, 2013
#Lions on Ronnell arrest “We are aware of the incident involving Ronnell Lewis. We are in the process of gathering more information...
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