2012:Saw action primarily on special teams, recording two special teams tackles.
COLLEGE:Had his most productive collegiate season as a senior, starting nine of 10 games before missing the final two games of the season with an injury.
2011:Became a full-time starter at defensive end after spending previous season as a hybrid defensive end and linebacker.
2010:Lewis shifted to a hybrid defensive end/linebacker position after having played primarily at linebacker his sophomore year.
2009:As a sophomore Lewis was tied for the team lead with 11 special team tackles.
Tim Twentyman takes a look at what Ronnell Lewis has to do to make the final 53, Cory Greenwood's defensive role, working on the read option and injuries
Tim Twentyman takes a look at Ronnell Lewis' return, the Lions' landscape of injuries as well as other training camp observations
After apologizing to Lions' management, teammates, and fans, Lewis is focused on working his way into a deep defensive end rotation
Ronnell Lewis didn't have the special teams impact the Detroit Lions expected during his rookie season in 2012 - the hope is that he will find his niche in 2013
GM Martin Mayhew admitted that he would have liked more from this year's draft class - Riley Reiff, Ryan Broyles, Bill Bentley, Ronnell Lewis, Tahir Whitehead, Chris Greenwood, Jonte Green and Travis Lewis - but realized that injuries played a big factor in that.