Jalen Ramsey to Detroit Lions listed as ‘trade we want to see’ before 2023 season

Ever since the news broke that the Los Angeles Rams are open to trading CB Jalen Ramsey, the Detroit Lions have been mentioned as a good fit for the Pro Bowl defensive back. After all, the Lions certainly need a starting cornerback, and they have the cap space to make that happen. The question is, do Lions' GM Brad Holmes and Dan Campbell believe that Ramsey is the “right fit” for their organization?

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Key Points:

  • Los Angeles Rams are open to trading Ramsey.
  • The Lions have been mentioned as a good fit for Ramsey.
  • The Lions have cap space to make the trade happen.
  • Ramsey's physicality and run-defense skills would fit well with the Lions' style of football.

Jalen Ramsey to the Detroit Lions

In a recent article published by Pro Football Network, Arif Hasan says Ramsey to the Lions is a ‘trade we want to see' before 2023 season begins.

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From Pro Football Network:

There are a couple of potential locations for Jalen Ramsey, including the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins. But the Lions not only have the cap space to absorb any potential extension for Ramsey, but they might also be more aggressive about getting a player that can fit their style of football.

For however well-lauded Ramsey’s coverage skills are — and deservedly so — he’s been a physical and excellent run defender throughout his career, too. He’d fit into a Lions defense full of physical players and should get along well with a big personality like Dan Campbell.

Bottom Line: Ramsey to the Lions seems like a possibility

With the Los Angeles Rams open to trading Pro Bowl CB Jalen Ramsey, the Detroit Lions have emerged as a possible destination due to their need for a starting cornerback and available cap space. However, it remains to be seen if GM Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell see Ramsey as a “right fit” for their team. Pro Football Network's Arif Hasan advocates for Ramsey to the Lions, highlighting his physicality and run defense skills that would mesh well with the Lions' style of football and the team's big personality. As the 2023 season approaches, it will be interesting to see if the Lions pursue a trade for Ramsey.

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