One position the Detroit Lions need to improve before the start of the 2022 season is linebacker.
According to a report from ESPN, Lions GM Brad Holmes attempted to sign former Los Angeles Rams linebacker, Cory Littleton but he was not able to seal the deal.
For a little Rams flavor, Detroit GM Brad Holmes — Les Snead's top lieutenant in Los Angeles before taking the Lions' job — was interested in signing linebacker Cory Littleton, who rose to fame as a do-it-all Ram a few years back. Littleton chose Carolina, which guaranteed $2 million of his $2.6 million deal. But Detroit is in the linebacker market, so don't be surprised if it fills a spot there soon.
Nation, should the Lions have sweetened the pot enough to land Littleton?