1/21KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Gosder Cherilus might not be backDetroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus may not be in the team's plans for the 2013 season....[+]Detroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus may not be in the team's plans for the 2013 season.
12/15KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Gosder Cherilus fined Detroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus was fined $10,000 for a chop block in Week 14....[+]Detroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus was fined $10,000 for a chop block in Week 14.
8/3KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Gosder Cherilus says knee feeling good: Detroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus said he is not having any pain in knee he had microfracture surgery on in December 2010. Cherilus...[+] did deal with pain and soreness in the knee last season which did result in some struggles on the field.
News -- July 2012
7/3KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Stephen Peterman appears to lead RG battle: Detroit Lions OG Stephen Peterman looks to have a leg up in the battle for the starting right guard job, although it will definitely...[+] be determined during training camp and the preseason games. It is possible, however, that if OT Riley Reiff does not take over at left tackle for OT Jeff Backus or right tackle for Gosder Cherilus, he could challenge Peterman at RG.
News -- February 2012
2/6KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Gosder Cherilus get increase in salary: Detroit Lions OT Gosder Cherilus 2012 salary has increased to $2.31 million because he fulfilled an escalator clause in his...[+] contract. He was originally scheduled to make $1.56 million next season.
3/4KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Believe Gosder Cherilus will make full recovery: Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said the team believes that OT Gosder Cherilus (knee) will be able to make a fully...[+] recovery from the microfracture surgery he had in December, reports Chris McCosky, of The Detroit News.
News -- February 2011
2/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Lions | Injuries a concern for Gosder Cherilus: Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz said Thursday, Feb. 24, that injuries have been a concern for OT Gosder Cherilus, but he...[+] added that he might be the team's most improved offensive player.