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Lions New Look

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January 20, 2011

The Detroit Lions are sporting a new look tonight as they head into the new season. My TV 20's Dave Leval shows us what they'll be wearing when they take to the field.

Fans are excited about the Detroit Lions new look. Hundreds pack Dunham's Sporting Goods Store in Madison Heights to get their first glimpse of it.

Zack Pence/Lions Fan
"It's more fierce, more toughter. I like the lettering too."

Deshawn Burley/Lions Fan
"It looks awesome, like the design, the letters front shape thing, they look great."

"Give it up for Calvin Johnson, cheers!"

WR Calvin Johnson is among the Lions players who also unveil their new home uniforms.

"LB Ernie Sims."

Linebacker Ernie Sims helps show off what the Lions will wear on the road this season.

Ernie Sims/LB, Detroit Lions
"I like the lion, the lion is real good. The jersey is clean, I like the numbers and everything."

Jason Hanson/K, Detroit Lions
"I think it's a good time for a change, I think it was in the works before what we did before last season, but, it's an appropriate time, looks good, looks sharp."

This is the Lions first uniform change since they introduced the black jerseys in 2005. But, not everyone is happy with the new look.

"Superfan"
"I knew they didn't have the coconuts to come out and change it all, and make it new age."

The Lions new look also includes new faces, and fans make it known who they want Detroit to add to its roster on Draft Day.

"Curry, Curry! That sounds a lot like Barry. We already retired his number 20."

The Lions will not say if lb Aaron Curry is their top choice. But, whoever is added to the roster, will help introduce a new look for the Detroit Lions. In Madison Heights, Dave Leval, My TV 20 News at 10.

The Lions may announce tomorrow who they'll take for the first pick during this weekend's draft. They are holding a news conference at two o'clock.

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