June 11, 2013; Allen Park, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) during mini camp at Lions training facility. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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Reggie Bush could be a situational punt returner for Lions
Tim Twentyman – DetroitLions.com

This entire offseason, new Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush fielded punts in practice.

The Lions are on the lookout for a new punt returner after parting ways with Stefan Logan after last season. Could Bush fill that role?

He certainly has experience doing it with a career average of 7.9 yards per punt return and four punt return touchdowns.

Detroit Lions’ Ronnell Lewis arraigned; lawyer expects ‘favorable resolution’ in court next month
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press

Ronnell Lewis had his arraignment on three misdemeanor counts stemming from an April bar fight continued for a second time today, but Lewis’ attorney said she expects “a favorable resolution” for the Detroit Lions defensive end when he finally appears in court next month.

Lewis and the man he allegedly punched were charged with disturbing the peace, public intoxication and interference with an official process for the April 20 incident.

‘Kickalicious’ Havard Rugland Impresses Lions, Continues Training With Detroit
Angelique Fiske – NESN.com

After going 4-12 last season, the Detroit Lions are not in a position to say “no” to any talent — no matter how quirky. This includes YouTube-famous Norwegian soccer players.

Imagine what a new arena could do for Detroit
Jeff Seidel – Detroit Free Press

Linda Hannon left Comerica Park and walked across a gravel parking lot west of Woodward Avenue on Wednesday afternoon.

She was standing on a block of land where a proposed $650-million hockey arena could be built for the Red Wings.

The 18,000-seat arena would be within walking distance of Ford Field, Comerica Park and the Fox Theatre.

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