When the Detroit Lions take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon, they will reportedly have a nice little boost.
According to head coach Dan Campbell, new Lions receiver Josh Reynolds will be active for the first time since being claimed off of waivers.
“He has length, he’s got speed, and he’s kind of a build-to-speed guy but you see when he can step into his route, he’s pretty good,” Campbell said. “And he’s pretty fluid downfield, tracks the ball pretty well. So I think he can help us in some of our maybe one-on-one matchups, give a ball out there and let him go attack a corner one-on-one. So that’s kind of how we’ll try to use him a little bit as well.”
“We also want to be smart (with him),” Campbell said. “I mean, we don’t want to throw him to the wolves, either. But he’s certainly going. We’ll get him in, get him going.”
The question is, who will be throwing the ball to Reynolds? Jared Goff or Tim Boyle?
WR Josh Reynolds will make his Lions debut Sunday. A look at what he might add to the offense. https://t.co/pDBLZRU01i via @freep
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