Detroit seems to favor two options: Move weak-side linebacker DeAndre Levy to the middle, then insert Whitehead on the weak side. This was the formation used to finish off Green Bay. Or, the Lions could leave Levy at his weak-side post -- where he's flourished into one of the game's best outside linebackers over the past year-plus -- and insert Whi
Bynes, an undrafted rookie out of Auburn in 2011, has been with the Ravens organization the past three years. He's appeared in 26 games, including nine starts. The 6-foo-1, 240-pounder has recorded 79 tackles in his career.
The Lions have played a combination of Garrett Reynolds and rookie Cornelius Lucas the past two weeks at right tackle, but with little success. Reynolds was culpable for three sacks, while Lucas allowed a sack-fumble after getting beat by Julius Peppers on Sunday against Green Bay.