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Draft Scout *Stephen Tulloch News
04/18/17 - LB Stephen Tulloch will announce his retirement Thursday, and he will do so as a member of the Lions. Tulloch, 32, played 11 NFL seasons, including five in Detroit. He spent last season with the Eagles and played his first five seasons in the league with the Titans. During his tenure with Detroit, Tulloch led the team in tackles in four seasons. Overall he totaled 920 tackles (57 for a loss), 14 1/2 sacks, five interceptions, 27 passes defensed, 12 fumble recoveries and 28 special teams tackles over 159 career games (113 starts).
08/22/16 - LB Stephen Tulloch was signed by the Eagles to a contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the team, but Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported the contract is for one year and up to $3 million, with $1.75 million guaranteed. Tulloch recorded 107 tackles and one sack in 16 games with Detroit last season.
07/05/16 - MLB Stephen Tulloch was released by the Detroit Lions on Tuesday, four-plus months after informing him he wasn't in the team's future plans. Tulloch, 31, led Detroit with 107 tackles last season. But the Lions signed Tamir Whitehead during the free agency period to become the new starting middle linebacker. Tulloch joined the Lions in 2011 and started 67 games for the team. In 147 NFL games, he has 913 tackles, 14.5 sacks and five interceptions.
06/02/16 - LB Stephen Tulloch remains absent as he soon will be cut by the Lions.
09/22/14 - LB Stephen Tulloch suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in Sunday's 19-7 win over the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field.
Tulloch, the team's defensive captain and play-caller, suffered the injury celebrating a third-down sack of quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the first quarter Sunday. He jumped in the air, mocking Rodgers' championship belt gesture and landed awkwardly on his left leg.
Tulloch returned for the next defensive series, but was on the ground in pain after the first play.
Head coach Jim Caldwell said Tulloch will undergo surgery. The Lions placed him on injured reserve.