— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) February 23, 2020
Slay certainly seemed into the idea.
— Darius Slay (@_bigplayslay23) February 23, 2020
Given the Rams’ cap issues and the fact that Slay will be expecting a big contract extension, this isn’t really a likely outcome. What is clear is Slay is available for trade, and with a year on his contract, the onus is on the Detroit Lions to either sign him long-term or move him on. The latter seems to be the likelier option, and it’s pretty clear that plenty of his peers will want him on their team.
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An asterisk (*) indicates the franchise was located in another city and/or went by a different name during this season. The New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans have never a cornerback be named a First-Team All-Pro.