Lions president Rod Wood is hoping to introduce Calvin Johnson to GM Bob Quinn sometime next week.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Lions informed coaching candidates during their 2014 search of "concerns doctors had for [Calvin] Johnson's longevity and the condition of his ankles."
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Lions' "goal" is to retain Calvin Johnson with a Larry Fitzgerald-esque extension.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Calvin Johnson has already called Lions ownership to "thank them for everything."
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Calvin Johnson told Lions coach Jim Caldwell that he plans to retire.
Calvin Johnson's agent says there's no timetable for Johnson's retirement decision.
MLive's Kyle Meinke believes firing Jim Caldwell would have hurt the chances Calvin Johnson returns to the Lions next season.
Matthew Stafford believes Calvin Johnson is "serious" about considering retirement.
New Lions GM Bob Quinn won't push Calvin Johnson for a decision on his 2016 status.
A source told ESPN's Ed Werder that Calvin Johnson told his mother "he wasn't sure wanted to play any more," and cleaned out his locker unlike other Lions veterans.
The Lions can save $11 million in cap space by releasing Calvin Johnson.
Calvin Johnson released a statement Wednesday confirming he is considering retiring from the NFL this offseason.
According to the Detroit Free Press, "several people who know" Calvin Johnson think he could retire this offseason.
Calvin Johnson secured 10-of-15 targets for 137 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' Week 17 win over the Bears.