If Lions have plans to move Mikel Leshoure, they aren't saying
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 29, 2013
Tuesday and running back Mikel Leshoure could be one player moved by the Lions. NFL trade deadline approached, Lions running back Mikel Leshoure said he wasn't thinking about the possibility of being dealt. After being the Lions primary running back in 2012, Leshoure has been active just two games this season and has two carries for nine yards. Lions coach Jim Schwartz said Monday that he expects Leshoure to perform well if he has an opportunity. Schwartz joked that he did not have to address the trade rumors with Leshoure, saying that the media handles that for him. But coach Jim Schwartz on Monday wasnt about to shed any light on the team's plans. Schwartz dismissed reports in the media that return ace Micheal Spurlock had been benched Sunday in favor of Jeremy Ross. "Thats not the case," he said.