According to Lions coach Jim Schwartz, S Erik Coleman had an "excellent spring."
Lions S Erik Coleman is pushing Amari Spievey for a starting job opposite of Louis Delmas.
Updating a previous item, Lions S Erik Coleman did not undergo offseason knee surgery.
Lions S Erik Coleman is "coming off knee surgery," according to the Detroit News.
Lions agreed to terms with S Erik Coleman on a one-year contract.
Free agent S Erik Coleman hopes to be back with the Lions in 2012.
Lions placed S Erik Coleman (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Lions S Erik Coleman sprained his ankle in the third quarter of Sunday's win over the Cowboys and did not return.
The Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett expects Erik Coleman to be the Lions' starting strong safety in 2011.
MLive.com's Tom Kowalski seconds a recent Detroit News report that Erik Coleman will most likely be the Lions' starting strong safety this season.
The Detroit News expects Erik Coleman to take over as the Lions' starting strong safety this season.
Coach Jim Schwartz confirmed that Eric Coleman was brought in to compete for Amari Spievey's starting strong safety job.
Lions signed S Erik Coleman to a one-year contract.
Falcons released S Erik Coleman.