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You can find NFL memorabilia just about anywhere on the internet. However, don’t make the mistake of thinking it’s all the same. The last thing you want to do is pay outrageous prices for products that don’t even look good.

With Photo File, you never have to worry about quality. Photo File has been the official home of NFL photography for more than three decades. Whether you’re interested in vibrant four-color prints or vintage black and white shots, you will find exactly what you’re looking for in our selection of Detroit Lions photos.

The difference is noticeable with Photo File products. For one thing, we share your passion for football. There’s nothing our team enjoys more than bringing out the fanaticism in every NFL fan.

We want to be your No. 1 resource for officially licensed NFL pictures and prints. At Photo File, we are more than just another place that sells sports memorabilia. We are proud to be longtime curators of NFL history.

Be sure to browse our Lions products, including action shots of Cliff Avril, Reggie Bush, and the legendary Barry Sanders.

The Lions franchise goes all the way back to 1930. Originally called the Portsmouth Spartans, the Lions have been to the playoffs 18 times, winning four division championships and four conference championships.

One of the more longstanding organizations in the NFL, Detroit has seen a number of its own players be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The list includes Lem Barney, Yale Lary, Bobby Layne, Dick LeBeau, Charlie Sanders, and the aforementioned Barry Sanders.

The Lions played at Universal Stadium, University of Detroit Stadium, Tiger Stadium, and Pontiac Silverdome before calling Ford Field their new home starting in 2002.