Earlier this month, we revealed an in-depth draft analysis discussing the outlook on Penn State’s Micah Parsons as one of the most viable defensive candidates for the Detroit Lions to select with the seventh overall pick in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft.
The Detroit Lions will look very different in 2021. And while there’s a new regime in charge following the recent hiring of general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell leading the latest rebuilding (or retooling, if you prefer) effort, the biggest change will come under center.
Entering free agency next month, the Detroit Lions have plenty of voids to fill on their roster. And while it’s unknown how Motown will approach free agency with a new regime at the helm, the team’s wide receiver corps will surely get some attention.
Detroit Lions safety Tracy Walker is ready to put 2020 behind him. After solid showings in the first two seasons of his career, Walker took a backseat to veteran Duron Harmon and second-year player Will Harris.
It feels that letting fan favorites leave has been a constant theme for the Detroit Lions in the past few years. It started with safety Glover Quin. Next was safety Quandre Diggs, cornerback Darius Slay followed.
D'Andre Swift showed plenty of promise in his first season as an NFL back, and even displayed some signs of being able to be the Lions' No. 1 back entering 2021. Swift, Detroit's second-round pick (No.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper does not typically incorporate trades in his mock drafts. In his first released mock draft, Kiper had Detroit selecting Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields. In his latest mock draft released on Thursday, the ESPN Draft analyst had three teams in the top 10 making trades. Kiper has the Detroit Lions trading the No.