Aug 9, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (90) on the sidelines in the third quarter of a preseason game against the New York Jets at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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Lions GM: Too soon to say whether WR Ryan Broyles can return to form
Kyle Meinke –

The Detroit Lions hope that Ryan Broyles can make a full recovery after rupturing his Achilles tendon last season, his third major injury in as many years.

But it’s too soon for them to plan on it.

“It’s hard to speculate on that — he’s still rehabbing the Achilles,” general manager Martin Mayhew said. “Hopefully we’ll get an opportunity to see him when he gets back and see what he looks like.

As own agent, Lions’ Ndamukong Suh could set precedent for other player deals
Josh Katzenstein – The Detroit NewsDefensive tackle Ndamukong Suh reportedly has been considering negotiating his own blockbuster contract with the Lions this offseason.

And if Suh chooses to represent himself, it could have a monumental impact on agents and contracts for other star players around the NFL.

O’HARA: It’s not surprising that Ndamukong Suh could take lead on own affairs
Mike O’Hara —

Suh has not informed the NFL Players Association that he has hired an agent to negotiate his contract, leaving it open to increasing speculation that he will handle the bargaining with the Lions

Weighing the Pros and Cons of Detroit Lions’ Top Free Agent Targets
Brandon Alisoglu — Bleacher Report

NFL free agency finally kicks off next week. For Detroit Lions fans, that means the three-month wait is finally over, and we can fully immerse ourselves in the pros and cons of each target without sounding desperate.

Actually, it’s the NFL. Every team that didn’t just win the Super Bowl is desperate.

Heck, even the winner is usually desperate. Nothing lasts long in professional football.

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