Lions coach Jim Schwartz says that Logan is still the team's return man, and can be a valuable part of a winning Detroit team – provided he holds onto the football, of course, via MLive.com:
"Logan can make plays for us. He's a very good returner, but there's also a fine line there between being over-aggressive and trying to make something out of a situation that might be better off with a fair catch or a touchback. That's just as important as ball security."
Logan fumbled a punt during overtime of the Lions' 26-23 Oct. 14 win over Philadelphia, but he recovered his own miscue. The returner broke a 48-yard return in the Eagles game that "sparked" the Lions comeback, said Schwartz.
Logan has returned punts and kicks in 38 games with the Lions, handling 86 punts with a 9.7 yard per return average, and he averages 25.5 yards on kickoff returns. Logan has fumbled 12 times and lost four fumbles in that time.