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Why are the Detroit Lions called the Lions?

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Answered 2011-02-16 02:22:34

A radio executive named George Richards bought the Spartans (Lions before they were called the Lions), moved to Detroit and decided to be called the Lions because the Lions are the kings of the jungle and George Richards wanted the Detroit Lions to be the king of the NFL.

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