Lions won't pursue Curtis
It seems the Lions patience with Curtis may be running out.
Thursday, March 15, 2007By Tom Kowalski
ALLEN PARK -- The Detroit Lions have grown weary of the indecision by free-agent wide receiver Kevin Curtis and are no longer pursuing him.
According to sources close to the situation, the Lions are fed up with the fact that Curtis can't seem to make a decision. Head coach Rod Marinelli wants to sign free agents who want to play for the Lions, not players who are willing to settle on Detroit.
The Lions haven't completely slammed the door on signing Curtis, but have made it clear they won't get into any bidding wars for his services. If Curtis wants to play for Detroit and comes in at the right price, with the right attitude, the team will still try to sign him.