Heading into the offseason, general manager Bob Quinn vowed to improve the Detroit Lions tight end situation.
Well, Quinn is certainly doing everything he can to make that happen.
Not only did he sign free agent tight end Jesse James but he also spent two draft picks (T.J. Hockenson and Isaac Nauta) on the position.
But, Quinn is not done just yet as the Lions will reportedly sign undrafted rookie free agent tight ends Donald Parham out of Stetson and Nate Becker out of Miami (Ohio).
Former Stetson tight end Donald Parham — 6-8, 240 — is signing with Lions as an undrafted rookie …
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) April 28, 2019
— Miami Football (@MiamiOHFootball) April 27, 2019
One thing is for certain, the Detroit Lions tight end production in 2019 should be light years better than it was a year ago!