Lions’ droppings will be the newest edition to BSMB. Yeah, I’m that gross. Go on, judge me.
Here you can read minor snippets on the latest in Detroit Lions news. So, here we go.
- Lions DE Kyle Vanden Bosch is recovering well from a December surgery that fused two vertebrae in his spinal column. “As bad as neck surgery sounds, the recovery was a piece of cake. I don’t really have any lasting affects from the injury or the surgery, said Vanden Bosch.” Despite missing the final five games last season, Vanden Bosch’s impact was evident early on. His leadership on the field and contributions to the defensive line will be crucial if the Lions want to continue their late-season surge into 2011.
- The Detroit Lions signed former safety and former Atlanta Falcon Erik Coleman to a one-year deal Friday. In his eighth season, Coleman will hopefully provide a relatively young Lions backfield with some leadership and much-needed talent. I have nothing more to contribute to this.
- Head coach Jim Schwartz has terrible taste in movies. As a lover of both movies and football, I could have easily devoted an entire post to this. But I refrained. You should be proud of me. Anyway, Schwartz posted this on his Twitter account yesterday:
Actually, you don’t have to be snooty, you just have to be human. I’m guessing he also likes Nickelback. Don’t ask me how or why I came to that conclusion, but it seems accurate. Whatever. I’ll live I suppose. Just keep winning games and you can say Law Abiding Citizen is your favorite movie for all I care.
- Speaking of Law Abiding Citizen. It seems Ndamakong Suh also hates good movies. Or just really likes bad ones:
To be fair, I have never seen either. So this is me being snooty (ohhhh, now I see what he was saying). Anyway, I shouldn’t care this much. But how can Law Abiding Citizen be your ALL-TIME favorite movie. The dots are just not connecting for me. But, like I said before, as long as you keep crushing people on the D-line I guess I should keep my opinions to myself.
But we all know that’s impossible.