The Super Bowl is in the books and it’s now time to start looking towards the 2020 season.
For the Detroit Lions, on of the biggest questions heading into the offseason is what they will decide to do with Pro Bowl CB Darius Slay, who will be going into the final year of his current deal.
According to a report from Jeremy Fowler, the Lions and Slay continue to discuss a long-term contract, but if a deal isn’t finalized in the coming weeks, Slay could re-enter the trade market.
The Lions and Pro Bowl corner Darius Slay continue to discuss a long-term contract, but the expectation exists that he could re-enter the trade market if no deal is reached in coming weeks, per source. Both sides have been at this for a while, still no deal for 2021 FA.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) February 3, 2020
Nation, if you were Bob Quinn, would you sign Slay to a long-term deal?