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Detroit Lions Reveals 23-Man Roster For The New Season

Detroit Lions Reveals 23-Man Roster For The New Season
CHARLOTTE, NC – AUGUST 25: A Carolina Panthers helmet is on the field prior to an NFL preseason football game between the Carolina Panthers and the Detroit Lions at Bank of America Stadium on August 25, 2023 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images)

The Detroit Lions have disclosed their 23-man roster for the new season, after making several challenging decisions. 

Those who ended up on Detroit’s practice squad over the past few years have still played during the regular season, due to the league’s revised gameday elevation process. 

Lions head coach Dan Campbell has spoken about the announcement. 

“It’s really to me, it’s — and I understand it is, it’s a 53-man roster, but it’s really not,” Campbell said.

“It’s a 60-man team. It’s a 69-man team is what it is, and that’s kind of how we view it. These guys are all on the same team. We all help each other out, and every one of those guys, there’s a good chance they’re going to play for us.”

The 2023 Detroit Lions roster: 

Quarterbacks (2)

Jared Goff

Teddy Bridgewater

Running backs (3)

David Montgomery

Jahmyr Gibbs

Jason Cabinda (FB)

Wide receivers (5) 

Marvin Jones Jr.

Josh Reynolds

Amon-Ra St. Brown

Kalif Raymond

Antoine Green

Tight ends (3)

Brock Wright

Sam LaPorta

James Mitchell

Offensive linemen (8)

Taylor Decker

Jonah Jackson

Frank Ragnow

Halapoulivaati Vaitai

Penei Sewell

Graham Glasgow

Matt Nelson

Colby Sorsdal

Defensive linemen (5)

Alim McNeill

Levi Onwuzurike

Isaiah Buggs

Brodric Martin

Benito Jones

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