• Lions risk their mojo, sign Matt Millen’s cousin

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 1, 2013
    Under Millen, the Lions amassed a 31-84 record, repeatedly turned draft days into disasters, and Millen was fired after the 2008 Lions became the first NFL team to lose all 16 games in a season. The Lions have been busy scrubbing Matt Millen’s thumbprints off their organization, but now they’ve brought in some of his own blood. Of course, Millen is the former star NFL linebacker, current football "broadcaster" and ex-Lions GM, whose eight-year stewardship of the franchise was one of the most disastrous in the history of sports. Laub's ascent would bring back bad memories for Lions fans. The Colonial Athletic Association All-Academic team member and team captain completed 143 passes in 237 attempts for 1,722 yards and nine touchdowns for the Spiders, adding 391 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the ground before his season was shortened by an ankle injury.

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