Lions shelve contract talks with Suh
something that will be mutually satisfactory," Lewand said. "The goal hasn't changed in the least." General manager Martin Mayhew confirmed that the Lions initiated the halt in negotations. "I would say it was our decision," Mayhew said
Monday's Sports In Brief
after the season. Suh is entering the final season of his contract, and team president Tom Lewand and general manager Martin Mayhew said negotiations are being tabled. Lewand and Mayhew both expressed optimism that a deal can eventually be reached
Mayhew: Suh staying with Lions
Lions GM Martin Mayhew denies any rumors of a trade involving Ndamukong Suh.
Lions, Mayhew announce personnel and scouting promotions
continue to assist with college scouting. "Rob is a great asset to both our pro and college scouting," general manager Martin Mayhew said in a statement. "As we continue to seek ways to improve our player personnel operations each year, we want
Lions may take a cornerback at No. 10 in NFL draft
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) When it comes to the NFL draft, Martin Mayhew isn't the gambling kind. ''I don't think you reach down nine spots to take somebody because they play a particular position
Lions' draft grade will depend on Ebron, secondary
Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew knows defensive backs. Heck, he was a corner in the NFL for nine years. But if there's one weak link that continues to stick
Lions take another pass-catching prospect in draft
drafts over a 12-year span, not counting supplemental selections, according to STATS LLC. Detroit general manager Martin Mayhew and coach Jim Caldwell look and sound fired up about the latest one. Mayhew and Caldwell envision the 6-foot-4
Who will be the Lions' new kicker?
young guys that we like ... that we had done some work on and we felt really good about," Lions general manager Martin Mayhew told reporters. "We're going to work with those guys for a while and see what those guys do." Potter appeared
Clemson's Sammy Watkins fits Lions' need at receiver
s not playing in a particular game -- that a guy can go out and make plays by himself," Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said. "That was one of our things last year. When Calvin was injured, we struggled offensively a lot of times
How did Mayhew do?
looking to replace, we viewed that as a successful draft," he said. With that as the guideline, let's review Martin Mayhew 's first five drafts as the Lions' general manger: 2009 SOLID STARTERS: Quarterback Matthew Stafford (No. 1 overall