The Detroit Lions are getting back a key defensive piece ahead of Sunday's tilt with the Indianapolis Colts, activating cornerback Justin Coleman from injured reserve. Signed as a free agent in 2019, Coleman led the Lions in defensive snaps last season as the team's starting nickel corner. In 16 games (11 starts), he recorded 54 tackles, 13 pass breakups, one interception and three forced fumbles.
Good morning, and welcome to this year’s edition of All Hallows’ Eve. Finally, an event in which everyone can agree to wear a mask for something bigger than themselves! Yes, folks, it’s finally that time of the year where candy takes centerstage, and unfortunately, candy corn becomes relevant—much to the chagrin of our own Kyle Yost.
For the first time in nearly a quarter-century, there won't be a bowl game in Michigan. Quick Lane bowl officials, including the Detroit Lions, announced Friday the cancellation of the 2020 game, which was set for December at Ford Field. It was the seventh bowl game canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.