Posts Tagged ‘Joique Bell’

Lions could add more running backs to offense

In today’s Three and Out: The Lions backfield could be getting even more crowded; Dennis Pitta likes what he sees from the Ravens new offense.

DeAngelo Williams laments Panthers changes

In today’s Three and Out: DeAngelo Williams isn’t happy with the Panthers offseason; the Lions could have a bigger backfield split in 2014.

Former scout: C.J. Spiller ‘can’t be a workhorse back’

In today’s Three and Out: Is C.J. Spiller suited to be a workhorse back? Jordan Reed earns rave reviews from his new offensive coordinator.

Jim Caldwell’s top job: Corralling Matt Stafford

Matthew Stafford’s presence in Detroit could bode well for Jim Caldwell. But will it work the other way around?

Kenny Britt on track to be in top shape for 2013

In today’s Three and Out: Kenny Britt and Joique Bell are performing better than expected while Jake Ballard is getting back to full strength.

Madden Curse Watch Week 1: St. Louis Rams at Detroit Lions

Historically, players who are featured on the cover of Madden see significant drops in their offensive production. NFL.com is tracking the performance of Calvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions over the course of the 2012 season because we believe Calvin Johnson will debunk the Madden curse. Detroit Lions superstar and fantasy stud Calvin Johnson will keep the superstitious on edge throughout the season spending every week escaping the Madden Curse. Possible? We’ll find out. Calvin Johnson made his debut as team captain against the St. Louis Rams. The Lions community is fired up. Even Barry Sanders! @DetroitLionsNFL @Bigplaycj – Leading by example – on and off the field. I would follow CJ into battle anyday— Barry Sanders (@BarrySanders) September 09, […]

Wayne State (Mich.) RB Bell makes strong NFL push

Wayne State (Mich.) running back Joique Bell is doing everything he can to dispel any negative notion there might be about his NFL potential.

Missouri’s Weatherspoon was born to talk

MOBILE Ala. — Some football players prefer to let their play do the talking, and choose the silent approach. Don’t count Missouri’s Sean Weatherspoon among that group.

Watch out for this small-school star

The Senior Bowl, combine and pro day workouts are perhaps most important for unheralded players from non-BCS schools. It is their chance to establish themselves as legitimate pro prospects, and make up ground on the more famous players they are competing against for draft position. Wayne State’s Joique Bell is one such player.

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