Isaac Madison

Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 178
College: Arkansas
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • NFC North Roster Comparison
    Daily Norseman

    NFC North Roster Comparison

    As we move into the OTA and mini-camp season, let’s take an early look at the starting rosters among NFC North teams, which could still see a few changes as position battles in training camp play out, and yet are pretty well established overall. Overall Pro Football Focus (PFF) Grades Below is a comparison of PFF grades by position for every team in the NFC North. This is for nickel/3WR situations, which these days account for more snaps than base units. For each team there could be a few differences from what some are projecting, but for the most part these are not big differences. For example, perhaps a rookie will start instead of a below average or worse veteran after training camp battles

  • Yardbarker

    Detroit Lions: Who will be this season’s breakout star?

    Each season, almost every team has at least one player that exceeds expectations and wows the audience. Last season, Kerry Hyder had a career year at the defensive end position, leading the Detroit Lions in sacks. Because of that success, Hyder has positioned himself to be a regular on the defensive line and he will look to only get better. For the upcoming 2017 season, there are a few potential candidates that could have a breakout season. This name shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Abdullah had a solid rookie season and was looking to improve upon that before he went down with a season-ending injury in week 2 of last season. When healthy, Abdullah brings a lot to the team. He is one of

  • Marvin Jones out to finish what he started
    Lions Wire

    Marvin Jones out to finish what he started

    If you’ve been watching the OTA videos coming out of the Detroit Lions’ official site, you notice a familiar sight: A wide receiver with height and speed, vein-popped biceps and a blacked-out visor. His effortless motion, sure, strong hands and jersey number . . . oh. That’s “11,” not “81.” Marvin Jones is listed three inches shorter and 39 pounds lighter than Calvin Johnson’s 6-4, 235. But even though he doesn’t have that Megatron larger-than-life quality, Jones put up Johnsonian numbers over the first quarter of 2016. If he kept up his first-four-week pace over the entire season, per Pro Football Reference, Jones would have finished 2016 with 92 catches, 1,928 yards and eight touchdowns. But