The Detroit Lions continue to build onto their wide receiver corps, this time by signing a former divisional foe in the Packers’ Geronimo Allison. The Detroit Lions appear to have a solid top three leading their wide receiver corps.
Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images The next wave of free agency for the Lions lands them some depth at wide receiver. Last year, the Detroit Lions signed veteran wide receiver Jermaine Kearse late in the offseason, a reunion of sorts between a former player and the team’s new offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
While there is still room for improvement for the defense, the Detroit Lions’ new most glaring need is now on the offensive side of the ball. The Detroit Lions have made numerous efforts to fill the voids on the defensive side of the ball this free agency.
The Detroit Lions have addressed many needs in free agency, but there is one very big need they will have difficulty winning without. The groundwork for the Detroit Lions‘ success or failure this upcoming season is being laid right now.
The Detroit Lions agreed to add a pair of free-agent linebackers on Friday. Can Reggie Ragland finally reach his potential in the Motor City? Early on, the Detroit Lions have been looking to revamp three specific areas along their roster this offseason.
Now that the Detroit Lions are a couple weeks into free agency, here is an evaluation of how their offense line stacks up from a season ago. In the 2019 season, the Detroit Lions‘ offensive line provided a massive boost to the team’s offensive unit.
Desmond Trufant signed with the Lions before they traded Darius Slay to the Eagles last week, which sets him up to be compared with Slay in the future as many saw Trufant’s arrival as a trigger to the deal that Slay wanted for a while.
Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn has had a good run of third-round selections in Motown. Will that trend continue with two picks in 2020? Coming off a 3-12-1 regular-season record, the future of the Detroit Lions could be dramatically altered by the results of the 2020 NFL Draft next month.
Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images The veteran safety could prove to be a bargain. The Detroit Lions made a flurry of moves of the defensive side of the ball during the opening week of NFL free agency.
Despite not making the same kind of splashy signings from 2019, the Detroit Lions have made the shrewdest offseason moves of the NFC North squads. Games aren’t won in March, and the draft generally is the biggest player acquisition factor in determining an NFL team’s fate for an upcoming season.
Darius Slay had five years of experience in the Detroit Lions organization before Matt Patricia arrived as head coach. And Slay’s experience with Patricia shows what happens when 60 years of mediocrity-at-best slams into the Patriot Way.
Darius Slay went scorched earth on Matt Patricia after the Detroit Lions dealt him to the Philadelphia Eagles, and it sounds like the star cornerback wasn’t the only member of the team to have issues with the head coach.