Sep 29, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) receives congratulations from wide receiver Ryan Broyles (84) and running back Joique Bell (35) after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Chicago Bears at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Scanning the Savanna: Detroit Lions News and Notes

Scanning the Savanna searches the web for Detroit Lions news and notes each morning and brings it to your fingertips in one easy location.

What is the Lions’ top position group?
Pride Of Detroit

Is running back the Detroit Lions’ top position group going into the 2014 season?

Titus Young arrested again
Michael David Smith — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk

Titus Young, the former Lions receiver whose personal life has spiraled out of control over the last two years, has been arrested again.

Young was arrested on a felony charge of battery with serious bodily injury and is in custody in Los Angeles, USA Today reports. Young also faces four misdemeanor charges in connection with the same incident.

Lions, Ford Motor team up for anti-hunger effort
Associated Press

The Detroit Lions and Ford Motor Co. are teaming up to fight hunger in the city.

The football team and automaker are trying to bring awareness to the Meet Up & Eat Up program.

Best Game Ever: WR/RET Jeremy Ross
Michael Rothstein —

Throughout this week, we’ll have various Detroit Lions talk about the best game they ever played in — college or pro.

All the players I spoke with for this — one for each day of the week — ended up going with an NFL game.

Tuesday continues with wide receiver/returner Jeremy Ross.

Position Preview: The Detroit Lions are loaded at running back
Jeremy Mackinder — cover32

There is no doubt that the Detroit Lions are loaded at the running back position. The majority of the time and carries last year were distributed between Reggie Bush and Joique Bell and if all goes as expected, it should be the same in 2014. The Lions also have former second round pick Mikel Leshoure, who led the team in rushing in 2012 with 798 yards and nine touchdowns and the up and coming Theo Riddick.

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