Calvin Johnson said he knew 2015 would be his last year in the NFL before the season began.
Lions WR Andre Caldwell reportedly showed well during the offseason program.
MLive reports Rafael Bush is the "clear leader in the clubhouse" for the Lions' starting strong safety job.
No. 16 overall pick Taylor Decker took every snap at left tackle during the offseason practices open to the media.
Matthew Stafford believes WR T.J. Jones could be in for a breakout season.
Lions.com reporter Tim Twentyman considers DE Devin Taylor a candidate for double-digit sacks this season.
DetroitLions.com's Tim Twentyman thinks Tahir Whitehead could surpass 100 tackles this season.
Tim Twentyman of the Lions' website expects Ameer Abdullah to get "every opportunity" to carry "most of the load" in the Detroit backfield.
With Calvin Johnson retired, Matthew Stafford expects to "spread the ball around a bunch" this season.
Lions coach Jim Caldwell said third-round C Graham Glasgow "made some strides" during minicamp.
ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein believes sophomore RB Zach Zenner has "a good shot" to make the final roster.
The Oakland Press expects rookie DT A'Shawn Robinson to be a Week 1 starter.
Lions DT Haloti Ngata said he is feeling like his old self.
Travis Swanson has been working as the Lions' first-team center throughout the offseason program.
Coach Jim Caldwell said "there's not a phase" of the position Lions sixth-round QB Jake Rudock "has under control" after OTAs and minicamp.