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Calvin Johnson Informs Lions He'll Retire
Calvin Johnson will retire from the NFL.
Calvin Johnson Has No Timetable For 2016 Decision
Calvin Johnson is now 30 years old and has slowed down from his historical 2012 season in which he caught 122 balls for 1,964 yards.
Lions Retain Jim Caldwell As Head Coach
Jim Caldwell was hired by the Lions in January 2014 and immediately turned around the struggling franchise, going 11-5 in his first season.
Bob Quinn Hired By Lions As General Manager
Dan Quinn was most recently the Patriots' director of pro scouting.
Calvin Johnson Evaluating Options For Future
Calvin Johnson has four seasons remaining on his seven-year contract.
Seahawks Lead NFL In DVOA For 4th Straight Season (Infographic)
Adam Gase, Ben McAdoo, Teryl Austin Candidates For Eagles' Job
Calvin Johnson, Eric Ebron Questionable For MNF
Joey Bosa, Paxton Lynch Go 1st, 2nd In First McShay Draft
Lions Hire Rod Wood As President, Establish Board To Hire GM

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Lions Analysis

$.10 After NFL Week 17

by Jeff Risdon

On the Steelers making the playoffs at the Jets' expense, the dire future of the Colts, the top of the NFC playoffs, bowl games and prospects, and more.

Final NFL Team Rankings For 2015

by Christopher Reina

The Cardinals, Panthers, Seahawks and Steelers finished 2015 in the top-4, while the Jets at five were the highest ranked team not to reach the playoffs.

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