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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Rob Sims
Jim Caldwell got a ringing endorsement from one of his mentors when Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew was doing his homework.
San Diego Chargers assistant and former Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt was seemingly Detroit's top choice, but he chose to take the head coaching job at Tennessee on Monday night.
Calvin Johnson doesn't spend much time trying to call attention to himself.
The smile has rarely left Calvin Johnson's face since he broke Jerry Rice's NFL record for receiving yards in a single season against Atlanta on Dec. 22.
Over their last three home games, the Detroit Lions have been good enough to be ahead of some of the NFL's better teams _ Green Bay, Houston and Indianapolis _ with less than 2 minutes to go.
Ndamukong Suh is going back to the NFL, this time hoping for some leniency.
When Detroit coach Jim Schwartz talks during the week, he's like many NFL coaches _ choosing his words carefully, avoiding controversy and saying little that might motivate an opponent.
For two quarters last weekend, the Detroit Lions looked like the team that set so many standards for NFL futility.
At this time last season, the Detroit Lions were smarting from a controversial loss in their season opener _ and wondering when their franchise quarterback might play again.
The locked-out Detroit Lions seem to be making the best of their situation.
The Detroit Lions have offensive guard Rob Sims under contract for four more seasons.
"I'm excited because he has worked with some good coaches and he did a good job with the Colts," Lions offensive guard Rob Sims said in a telephone interview. "Players seem to like him, so I'm looking forward to being a part of the next chapter of Detroit Lions football with him leading us."