17 Detroit Lions who could become free agents at conclusion of season

The Detroit Lions have a couple of games left in 2018 but at this point do they REALLY matter? Well, the answer to that question is, yes, they do matter.

You see, there are currently 17 players on the Lions roster who could become free agents following the conclusion of the season.

Here is the full list for your viewing pleasure.

QB – Matt Cassel

RB – LeGarrette Blount, Zach Zenner

WR – Bruce Ellington, T.J. Jones

TE – Levine Toilolo, Luke Willson

OT – Andrew Donnal

DE – Eli Harold, Ezekiel Ansah (franchise), Kerry Hyder (RFA)

DT – Ricky Jean Francois, Romeo Okwara (RFA)

LB – Kelvin Sheppard, Nick Belore

S – Deshawn Shead

LS – Don Muhlbach

Nation, which of these players would you like to see re-sign with the Lions?


Projecting the Detroit Lions’ 2019 Starting Offense

There may still be a pair of games remaining on the Detroit Lions 2018 schedule, but after Sunday’s 14-12 loss to the Buffalo Bills, it is time we start looking towards the 2019 season.

After all, there is always next year! Right?

In this piece, I am going to break down what I believe the 2019 Detroit Lions starting offense would look like if Bob Quinn makes the right moves in free agency and the draft.

So, without further ado, I give you the 2019 Detroit Lions starting offense.

Quarterback – Matthew Stafford

Though some of you are eager for the Lions to part ways with Matthew Stafford, that is not going to happen. At least not this year.

Wide Receiver 1 – Kenny Golladay

Golladay continues to show flashes of why he will be a No. 1 wide receiver in this league for a long time. I truly look forward to watching him grow in a Lions uniform.

Wide Receiver 2 – Marvin Jones Jr.

Marvin Jones will be back again in 2019 and if he is healthy, he is a nice weapon for Stafford and the Lions offense.

To see the rest of what I believe the 2019 Detroit Lions starting offense will look like, please click on the link below.

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