177 Did Sam Martin Try to Punt a Conch Shell?

Dan, Dave, and Geoff are here! We finally get a chance to go over Michigan’s “win” over Rutgers and the Brandon Peters hype train. We get Dave’s take on his Spartans almost winning a game they had no business winning. Can they really beat Penn State?…NO! Tony Paul from the Detroit News is awake this week and joins us to talk the thriller of a World Series we just witnessed, Tigers, and Kevin Spacey! Don’t miss this one, guys! Our apologies for the late posting….It’s Dan’s fault.

Out Of Bounds rolls out a new segment

On the newest Out of Bounds Detroit podcast, the guys talk about the Lions loss to the Rams and Caldwell’s future. Also , Bruce Rondon’s Bench clearing Brawl. Connor McGregor’s public perception. And we introduced a new segment…The ‘Out of the Box’ hottie of the week.

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LIONS SRD: Detroit Lions Gear Up for Preseason Opener

Lions crowd smallOn this edition of Lions SRD, Ben Szilagy and Roger Castillo discuss Eric Ebron’s ego, DeAndre Levy’s new deal, Geno Smith’s broken jaw, and preview preseason game one.

Lions Must Draft With Needs in Mind to Build on Success of 2014

(Marianne O'Leary/Wikimedia Commons)

(Marianne O’Leary/Wikimedia Commons)

In this pre-draft episode of Lions SRD, Ben Szilagy and Roger Castillo discuss the potential direction of the 2015 draft for the Lions and how impactful it may be on the 2015 season if the team hopes to be a contender.

Chris Wilson Eyeing Return to NFL in 2015

photo courtesy of Anthony Ray Dunn

photo courtesy of Anthony Ray Dunn

Former Washington Redskins linebacker Chris Wilson is hoping to make a return to the NFL, according to a recent interview with Sports Radio Detroit.

In five seasons with the Redskins (2007-2010; 2012), Wilson, 32, played in 80 games, accumulating 77 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles.

Playing both linebacker and defensive end in his professional career, he still feels he has a lot to offer an NFL franchise.

“I can play a 3-4 or a 4-3 [defense],” says Wilson. “I’m a pass rusher, and at the same time I’ve also played outside linebacker.”

When asked about his interest of which teams he’d like to play for in 2015, Wilson said “definitely Detroit is a big one.”

An undrafted rookie from Northwood University, Wilson began his professional football career in 2005 with the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League, helping the team win the Grey Cup in 2006. After five seasons in the NFL, Wilson returned to the CFL in 2013 with his former team, the B.C. Lions.

After playing 2014 with the Montreal Alouettes, Wilson has spent much of the off-season training with hopes of returning to the NFL in 2015.


 

[Note: Article written by Mike Morland]