Lions' Tulloch Posts Goodbye Message to Detroit

- It may be the end of the line for Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch.

Tulloch, 31, posted a goodbye message on social media Thursday night indicating that his time with Lions appears to be done.

He thanked the Ford family and fan base in an Instagram post.

"What a journey it's been Detroit! Five years of some of the greatest memories of my career.

"I can't put into words how grateful I am to have played for such a great organization. I want thank the Ford family the front office the strength coaches, trainers, equipment staff and everybody in between for everything you have done for me over the years.

"Last but not least I want to thank the community of Detroit for being behind me and my foundation over the years in making a difference in many lives. Such as life there is constant change. But change that I'm looking forward to. As one chapter closes in my career another one opens up."

Tulloch was drafted in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL draft by the Tennessee Titans. He signed with the Lions in 2011, where he has been a fixture at middle linebacker ever since.


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