First-year center who rejoins the Lions in 2014 as a free agent after participating in the team’s training camp in 2013.
2012: Named team Offensive Upfront Co-Player of the Year after starting all 13 games at right guard. Part of an offensive line that averaged 6.2 yards per play, ranking second best in the Mid-American Conference.
2011: Starting center for season opener against SCSU before resuming duties at right guard for the rest of the season.
2010: Started at right guard in eight games as a sophomore.
2009: Competed in all 14 games, making three starts at center and also seeing action on special teams.
Three-year starter at Traverse City West (Mich.) High School where he was ranked as the No. 43 prospect on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50. Helped lead his team to a Big North Conference title and state playoff berth as a junior.
Regardless of what controversies swirl around him, DT Ndamukong Suh allows nothing to interfere with his focus to prepare and play at his best every week.
Tim Twentyman answers 10 fan-submitted questions at the halfway point in the Lions' season.
Lions Head Coach Jim Caldwell joined the set on the "Lions in London" show in Trafalgar Square to talk about the week of practice in Pennyhill and dealing with injuries.
Tom Leyden and Rob Rubick take a look back at the history of bringing American football to the UK on the "Lions in London" show from Trafalgar Square.
Detroitlions.com reporter Tori Petry joined the set of the "Lions in London" show in Trafalgar Square to talk about moving an entire NFL team to the UK for a week and test some Lions players on their UK knowledge.
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Former Lions defensive lineman Bubba Baker joined the set of the "Lions in London" show to discuss the Lions' dominant defensive line this year and his plans to bring Bubba's-Q to the UK.