ESPN's Adam Caplan reports the Lions may be interested in Bengals QBs coach Ken Zampese for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Lions are interested in Chiefs WRs coach David Culley to fill their offensive coordinator vacancy.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the Lions gauged Tony Dungy's interest in their head-coaching vacancy before hiring Jim Caldwell.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports Colts QBs coach Clyde Christensen is Lions coach Jim Caldwell's "top choice" to serve as Detroit's offensive coordinator.
Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports the Lions are expected to have Ravens OC Jim Caldwell on their list of head coaching candidates.
Lions hired ex-Broncos GM Brian Xanders as senior personnel executive.
Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan's job "appears safe" for 2013.
The NFL has found the Lions guilty of tampering with the Chiefs, meaning Detroit will forfeit a seventh-round pick in the 2011 draft.
NFL suspended Lions president Tom Lewand 30 days and fined him $100,000 for violating the league's Substance Abuse Policy.
Lions president Tom Lewand, arrested for DUI on June 25, has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of operating while visibly impaired.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell plans to meet with Lions president Tom Lewand to discuss Lewand's recent DUI arrest.
According to Roscommon County (MI) Police, Lions president Tom Lewand's blood-alcohol content was over twice the legal limit prior to his drunken driving arrest over the weekend.
Lions owner William Clay Ford Sr. stood behind team president Tom Lewand in a statement on Sunday.
Lions president Tom Lewand was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving Friday night.