Darius Slay RUMORS & NEWS

  • Darius Slay: Pro Bowl's move from Hawaii makes game 'pointless'

    ESPN "Darius Slay wanted to go to the Pro Bowl last year. The Detroit Lions cornerback felt he had played well enough to be invited and was pretty jazzed about it. Then, he was snubbed. This time around, with the Pro Bowl announcement coming up in less than a week, Slay isn't as worried about it...." December 15

  • Hamstring injury keeps Slay out vs. Vikings

    Pro Football Talk "Lions cornerback Darius Slay is inactive for Sunday’s game vs. the Vikings due to a hamstring injury. Slay, the Lions’ No. 1 cornerback, was a limited participant during the practice week. He warmed up on the field Sunday morning before a final call on his status was made. " November 06

  • Darius Slay posts, then deletes, practice tape on Snapchat

    Michigan Live "Darius Slay went toe-to-toe with Antonio Brown on Tuesday, and he lost. He said he'd get him on Wednesday. Then the Detroit Lions sat him on Wednesday, along with Friday night's 30-17 exhibition win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. So what exactly happened? Coach Jim Caldwell said the..." August 13

  • Lions' Slay: Antonio Brown 'tried to kill me' with deep routes

    Detroit Free Press "Antonio Brown had already got the best of Darius Slay in one-on-one drills, beating him deep three straight times, when the NFL’s most electrifying wide receiver lined up across from one of the league’s highest-paid cornerbacks during a seven-on-seven drill midway through today's..." August 10

  • Darius Slay ‘cried’ after hearing Lions contract offer

    Sportsnaut "When we look at the finances around the sports world, it sometimes seems beyond comprehension the money that’s being thrown around to those playing a game for a living. A lot of the focus then turns to the finances as they relate to the salary cap and other economic aspects of the sport...." July 31

  • Detroit Lions, Darius Slay agree to 4-year, $50.2M extension

    Detroit Free Press "Darius Slay wanted to get a contract extension done before the start of the training camp, and hours before the Detroit Lions' first practice of the summer, their best cornerback got his wish. Slay agreed to a four-year extension worth $50.2 million total. According to reports, the contract..." July 29