Free agent Jahvid Best's concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL has been dismissed.
Free agent Jahvid Best is suing the NFL, alleging the league "knew about the risks of head injuries suffered by players, but didn’t do enough to protect them."
Free agent Jahvid Best has enrolled back in school at Cal and will join the Golden Bears' football coaching staff as a student assistant.
Lions KR Jeremy Ross told the Detroit Free Press in December that he believes free agent Jahvid Best is done with football.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports ex-Lions RB Jahvid Best hasn't given up on resuming his career, but is "not cleared at this point."
According to the National Football Post's Len Pasquarelli, there is "suspicion in some quarters" that free agent Jahvid Best (concussions) will continue to meet with brain specialists and try to resume his career.
Lions waived RB Jahvid Best.
Jahvid Best (concussions) reportedly isn't even taking neurological tests anymore.
GM Martin Mayhew says Jahvid Best (concussions) is not participating in the offseason program right now.
Lions GM Martin Mayhew says he'll consider stashing Jahvid Best (concussions) on PUP for the entire 2013 season.
Jahvid Best (concussions) is "never giving up hope" of playing again.
Coach Jim Schwartz confirmed the Lions will approach the 2013 offseason as if Jahvid Best (concussions) is not on the roster.
Teammate Nate Burleson believes Jahvid Best (concussions) should "shut it down."
The Detroit Free Press acknowledges that Jahvid Best's (concussions) career is likely over, and the Lions are searching for his replacement.