May 22, 2013; Allen Park, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) during organized team activities at Lions training facility. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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Ndamukong Suh embraces Detroit tradition at Joe Louis Arena
Chrissie Wywrot –

Ndamukong Suh has been to at least one Red Wings game a year since he was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2010.

Now he can add Zamboni riding to his hockey resume.

Suh became the first celebrity Zamboni rider Friday night at Joe Louis Arena as the Wings skated their way to a 3-1 lead over Chicago in the Western Conference Semifinals.

Matthew Stafford confident Lions’ offensive line will be up to par
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press

Stafford said Wednesday he’s not sure how or whether that interior pressure affected his mechanics last fall, but he said he deserves some of whatever blame was placed on the line.

“Anytime you play quarterback, your dream is a perfect pocket every time,” Stafford said. “But let’s be honest, it’s the NFL. The defensive guys get paid to rush the passer.

Reggie Bush Went To Detroit To Win Championships
Mike Dyce – NFL Spin Zone

Reggie Bush says he signed with the Detroit Lions to win Super Bowl championships. Yeah, let that sink in for a second. A NFL free agent, and a relatively desired and pursued free agent, signed with the Detroit Lions to win championships.

Detroit Lions Fans Should Be Glad to See Brian Urlacher Retire, Which is Ultimate Complement
Max DeMara –

I remember seeing Brian Urlacher begin his career in 2000. I was 13 years old. This bald guy with a strange name was collecting sacks and interceptions against the Detroit Lions, flying around the field with reckless abandon. I was scared just watching from home, never mind suiting up.

Detroit Lions CB Chris Greenwood ready for his second chance
Anwar Richardson –

Greenwood fully participated in Detroit’s organized team activities (OTAs) this week with the goal of competing for playing time in 2013. He moved with ease on the practice field while covering receivers in practice. Greenwood was aggressive and not afraid to make mistakes.

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