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Last week, the Detroit Lions shocked Lions’ Nation by trading safety Quandre Diggs to the Seattle Seahawks for a fifth-round pick.

Following the move, Lions cornerback Darius Slay, who was was upset about the move, said he did not care if he was traded.

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Now that the trade deadline has passed, and Slay is still a Lions, does he feel any different?

Not at all.

Slay was asked on Wednesday about his comments from last week and he doubled down by saying he did not care what happened at the deadline.

In fact, Slay claims he did not pay attention to the trade deadline rumors as he was too busy playing video games.

Check it out.

Slay did add that he would not mind playing his entire career in Detroit, especially with the support of Lions’ fans.

Nation, are you glad that Slay is still a Lion?

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