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Lions Wed Practice In England

The Lions were on the practice field today at Pennyhill Park in England. The playing field, normally home to a rugby team, is a blend of natural and synthetic grass. Calvin Johnson, Brandon Pettigrew, Ziggy Ansah, Eric Ebron, Joseph Fauria and LaAdrian Waddle did not practice. Johnson has missed the past two games due to a high ankle sprain. Coach Jim Caldwell said Ebron and Fauria are day to day. The Lions will play the Falcons on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Read more...

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Red Wings Fall In Montreal

The Red Wings came up short last night in Montreal. David Desharnais scored 56 seconds into overtime, as the Canadiens earned a 2-1 win. Jimmy Howard with 34 saves. Henrik Zetterberg with a second period goal for Detroit. Pavel Datsyuk with an assist in his season debut. Datsyuk also had a goal disallowed because Justin Abdelkader made contact with goaltender Carey Price in the crease. The Red Wings went 0-for-3 on the power play. Detroit will play host to Pittsburgh on Thursday night. Read more...

Moore: Lions' Discipline Makes the Difference

Hot Lions' Defense Cool Under Pressure Read more...

Calvin Johnson Getting Better

The Lions are in London. Receiver Calvin Johnson remains questionable because of an ankle injury. Johnson, who has missed the last two games, said this morning that he is getting better and feeling good. Johnson is walking without a limp, saying if he is good enough to play against the Falcons he will. Johnson is running around and taking part in some field drills. Johnson first sprained his ankle against the Packers on September 21st. He hurt it again on October 5th against the Bills. Read more...

Lions Off To London

The Lions are off to London. The team left on Monday night before Sunday’s game at Wembley Stadium against the Atlanta Falcons. Coach Jim Caldwell said this an opportunity for his players to see a different part of the world, but also says it’s a business trip, and not a vacation. Caldwell confirmed that receiver Calvin Johnson will travel with the team. Johnson has missed the last two games because of a high ankle sprain. The Lions are 5-and-2 following back-to-back wins. The Falcons are 2-and-5 following four straight losses. Read more...

Red Wings In Montreal Tonight

The Red Wings could have Pavel Datsyuk back in the lineup as early as tonight in Montreal. Datsyuk's status will be determined following today’s morning skate. Datsyuk has not played since last month because of a separated shoulder. Johan Franzen will miss tonight’s contest because of a sore groin. Franzen is eligible to come off short-term injured reserve this weekend. The Red Wings, now 3-1-1, are three points behind the Canadiens for first place in the Atlantic Division. Both teams have won two straight heading in. Read more...

Red Wings Prep For Montreal

The Red Wings will skate in Montreal on Tuesday night. Jimmy Howard is day-to-day because of a sore groin. Johan Franzen is questionable because of leg spasms. Pavel Datsyuk's status will be determined following today's practice. Detroit, winners of two straight, is three points behind the Canadiens in the Atlantic. Montreal is also riding a two game winning streak. Read more...

Pistons Come Back Home

The Pistons are back home. Detroit beat the Hawks 104-100 in Atlanta on Saturday to close out their three-game preseason road trip with a 2-and-1 mark. Andre Drummond played 38 minutes, scoring 19 points and grabbing 16 rebounds. He also had three blocked shots. The Pistons are home to the Sixers on Thursday night at The Palace. Philadelphia is 2-and-4 following a 95-84 win on Saturday against Orlando. Read more...

Lions Sneak Past The Saints

The Lions pulled out a 24-23 win against the Saints on Sunday in Detroit. Golden Tate, who ended the day with 10 catches for 154 yards, hauled in a 73-yard touchdown pass with less than four minutes left in the game. Following a key interception by Glover Quin, Matthew Stafford found Corey Fuller in the back of the end zone from five yards out to give the Lions a 24-23 lead. It was Fuller's first career touchdown. Stafford's pass to Fuller tied Bobby Layne’s franchise record for touchdown passes with 118. Stafford finished 27-of-40 passing for 299 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. At 5-and-2, the Lions and Packers have the best record in the NFC North. Detroit will play Atlanta on Sunday in London. Read more...