The Detroit Lions continue to roll through their cuts, severing ties with defensive end Darryl Tapp, offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds, offensive lineman Darren Keyton and cornerback Nate Ness according to various reports.
Should Kellen Moore replace Dan Orlovsky as the backup quarterback? And if not, should the Lions keep Moore as a third quarterback? Those are two of the toughest roster questions facing the Lions as they determine which 22 players to cut by 4 p.m. Saturday.
The Detroit Lions defensive tackle won't be docked for blasting Jacksonville quarterback Chad Henne last week, according to the league office. Safety Jerome Couplin also won't be fined for an unnecessary roughness call, per the league.