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4th in NFC North
What to make of DeMaurice Smith's statement criticizing player workouts (1:28)
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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

New Lions owner Sheila Ford Hamp starts by recognizing her mother, Martha Ford, and her mentorship and leadership the last 6 1/2 years. "I have big little shoes to fill."

1:29

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Some thoughts on Sheila Ford Hamp taking over as owner of the Detroit Lions.

Lions ownership stays in family with Sheila Ford Hamp taking over (1:29)
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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Sheila Ford Hamp taking over as Lions owner effective immediately from her mother; Martha Ford.

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27dMichael Rothstein

Lions' Coleman says Arbery's life had a purpose

Lions cornerback Justin Coleman said Wednesday that his friend Ahmaud Arbery's life had a purpose as his death has helped to spark a national movement to end social injustice.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions officially signed edge rusher Julian Okwara, the team's third round pick in April. Okwara has been in Detroit recently with his brother, Romeo, as they participated in a freedom march in Detroit last Friday sponsored by former Lions running back Joique Bell. Okwara is expected to have a role as an edge this fall to help improve of the NFL's worst pass rushes a season ago.

courtesy Kerron Johnson
29dMichael Rothstein

Hoops player stuck in Romania back in USA

Kerron Johnson arrived back in the United States on Saturday after spending months stuck in Romania because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Kerron Johnson, a pro basketball player in Romania and the brother of Lions RB Kerryon Johnson, told ESPN he was finally able to get on a flight Saturday to get back to the United States after months of trying to get home. Credited his wife, Gina, for making it happen.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions will be reopening their facility to a limited number of employees on June 10. That does not include players and coaches, who will continue to operate as they have throughout the pandemic. But the Lions, with governor Gretchen Whitmer lifting the stay at home order in the state last week, are beginning to return to business.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a statement from the Lions on the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery as "painful examples of racism and social injustice."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer lifted a lot of COVID-19-based restrictions Monday, including that athletic games and practices will now be allowed with social distancing guidelines in place. It's not clear yet what that will mean for the Lions and what they will do with their facilities in Allen Park.

Why Stafford is a good bet to lead the NFL in passing yards (1:11)
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Why Jalen is feeling confident in his Lions over Greeny's Jets (1:20)
39d

Team Stats

Passing Yards243.810th
Rushing Yards103.121st
Points For21.3Tied-18th
Points Against26.47th

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