Recently fired Schwartz confident he will quickly find work in Detroit’s robust job market

After five years as Detroit's head coach, Jim Schwartz is out of a job, fired for failing to make the playoffs this year despite a 6-2 start. Schwartz said he's staying in Detroit, where he's confident he'll find a new job in short order.

Play Bears Bingo — Week 10, 2013 (Lions)

Play along as Jay's groin is the talk of the town.

Concussions and ACL injuries force NFL tacklers to focus on the balls

"Shots to the knees shorten careers while headhunting leads to long-term CTE issues," said NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith. "But your testicles? What's the worst that can happen, low sperm count?"

Burleson: Pizzas were ‘super delicious’ and ‘totally worth it’

"Have you ever had Jet's Pizza? That stuff is delicious," a groggy post-op Burleson said. "Yeah, I broke my arm in two places and totaled out my SUV, but that pizza was really, really good."

Ndamukong Suh denies playing dirty while holding Christian Ponder in a vicious headlock

"I'm not here to talk about Christian Ponder, or my habit of putting the opposing quarterback into a headlock until they say 'uncle' every time I beat them in a regular season game," said Suh.

Jim Schwartz promises Lions fans he’ll learn how to coach this season

Coming off a 4-12 campaign, Detroit Lions fans needed a reason to believe this season, and head coach Jim Schwartz has provided it, vowing to "learn how to coach this year, I swear."

Fans’ opinion of Suh tanks even more after he saves annoying ’80s comedian from...

When Suh and the washed-up funnyman Louie Anderson finally beached themselves poolside they were greeted with a chorus of jeers and boos that wouldn't be out of place at Soldier Field. "Let him drown!" shouted one observer. "Louie hasn't done anything worthwhile since 'Coming to America'!"