calvin johnson

Megatron Retires
The Detroit Lions all-time leading receiver is calling it a career. Calvin Johnson retired on Tuesday after a 9-year career in which he achieved 15 NFL records
"After much prayer, thought and discussion with loved ones, I have made the difficult decision to retire from the Lions and pro foot…
Megatron To Retire
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported yesterday evening that Detroit Lions all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards is calling it a career after nine seasons. Calvin Johnson notified coaches and players after the season that 2015 was likely to be his last in the NFL...
Jets Fans Yell For Vick In Loss
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Matthew Stafford threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score and the Detroit Lions overcame Calvin Johnson being limited by an ankle injury to beat the New York Jets 24-17 on Sunday.
Calvin was Calvin, Dez was Dez
We've all seen the new Nike Commercial where P.Diddy plays Calvin Johnson's alter ego "Johnson."
He's the guy who's supposed to deal with all of the demands, the distractions a pro athlete goes through. Calvin is suppose to just focus on football...
Who Will Win The NFC North In 2013 [POLL]
The Packers look for a return to glory in 2013 with one of the best quarterbacks in the business in Aaron Rodgers.  The Bears have a new head coach in Marc Trestman.  The Lions will ride Matt Stafford to Calvin Johnson on offense and the Vikings will do the same with Adrian Peterson...
Best “Playmaker” In The NFL
Earlier today on ESPN's Sportscenter, NFL analyst and Hall of Fame player Jerry Rice gave his list of the five best play-makers in the NFL, naming Calvin Johnson as the best. Who do you think is the best play-maker in the NFL?
Homeward Bound
Matt Ryan threw for 279 yards and four touchdown passes, and the Atlanta Falcons beat the Detroit Lions, 31-18, on Saturday night in Detroit to clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
Which NFL Record Is Most Likely To Go Down?
As we enter the final three weeks of the 2012 NFL season, there are two players with legitimate shots at breaking NFL records. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson needs 506 yards to break the single-season rushing record, set by Eric Dickerson back in 1984...