Detroit Free Press "Jahvid Best, whose career as a running back with the Detroit Lions was cut short by concussions, is suing the NFL, according to a filing today in Wayne County Circuit Court. Best, a first-round draft pick in 2010, suffered three concussions while with the Lions, after having two during his..." January 28
Fansided "Selected 30th overall in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft, former running back Jahvid Best had every tool to be an extremely successful player in the NFL. It didn’t take long for Best to display such as he rushed for 78 yards and caught nine passes for 154 yards in just his second ever..." January 06
Released by #Lions after concussion battle Jahvid Best continues to work out hasn't given up on playing again. Not cleared at this point.
NFL.com "The Detroit Lions announced today that they have released RB Jahvid Best. Best played in 22 games (15 starts) for the Lions after being drafted by the team in the first round (30th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft. He saw action in all 16 games as a rookie in 2010, but was limited to only six..." July 18
Michigan Live "The Detroit Lions approached last season with the belief running back Jahvid Best would be medically cleared to play again. That belief was so strong, Detroit did not draft any running backs - or sign someone in free agency - to possibly replace Best last offseason. Unfortunately, for the..." February 21
Detroit News "Lions receiver Nate Burleson has given a message to teammate Jahvid Best that's been echoed by many: Safety first, football second. "I just told him that if it was me I would shut it down," Burleson said on "NFL Total Access" on the NFL Network Tuesday, recounting a conversation from last..." February 20
Pride Of Detroit "Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best hasn't played a down of football since Week 6 of the 2011 season because of a concussion. He was expected to be cleared to return last summer, but that never ended up happening. As a result, he missed the entire 2012 season, and the belief at this point is..." February 19