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  1. Apparently they are hiring Antwan Randal-El as WR coach. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/02/09/report-lions-are-expected-to-hire-antwaan-randle-el-as-receivers-coach/ Thoughts?
  2. Other than re-structuring Jared Goff's contract, the the players who are not worth their contract are Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Jamie Collins and Jesse James. Vaitai and Collins are probably going to cost more to cut but Jesse James might be someone we should consider cutting. The only big-money contract left to re-structure is Trey Flowers. If the website below is accurate, it is pretty insightful. https://overthecap.com/salary-cap/detroit-lions/
  3. The only players on that list that I think we should have an interest in keeping is Joe Dahl and maybe Justin Coleman. Dahl showed a lot of versatility and is a pretty good back-up interior o-lineman.
  4. I know there are a bunch of moves we can and should make to clear some cap space. Our post-June 1st cuts will definitely help. Lets see what kind of cap-moves they make. I hope we can bring in at least one impact LB.
  5. Assuming the Staffard-Goff trade goes through, what will the Lions salary cap look like after this trade is completed? I have seen a few different things and I was just wondering where we finally landed after the trade and before The Lions start making more cap-related moves. Does anyone have any insight?
  6. Lets hope they use some of that to keep Kenny Golladay and find LBs that can hold their own in coverage and play much better than the ones we have now. With Dom Capers in the fold, they could make a run at Bud Dupree.
  7. I think that speaks volumes about Matt Patricia.
  8. Here are my initial thoughts on this trade: 1. Why is everyone letting Sean McVay off the hook for Jared Goff's QB play? His team hasn't been quite the same since they were out-coached by Bill Belichick in the Super Bowl. It could very well be that just like Matt Patricia, he fell into the trap of coaching a system rather than the player. 2. Considering that the Rams haven't had a first-round pick in quite a while, those first-rounders in 2022 and 2023 could end up being pretty valuable. 3. Everyone keeps talking about D'Andre Swift but TJ Hockenson might be the biggest b
  9. Trey Lance has a ton of physical talent but he had one successful year at North Dakota. Taking him at 7 would be a major risk to me. The Lions can't afford to get that pick wrong.
  10. I saw this a few minutes ago: https://www.mlive.com/lions/2021/01/report-lions-hiring-ex-chargers-coach-anthony-lynn-as-offensive-coordinator.html Much Like Aaron Glenn, this seems like a really solid hire. Dan Campbell, at least for now, seems to be the type of person other people want to work with. Thoughts?
  11. Washington Football Team Trade: Stafford for Montez Sweat+??
  12. Do you really think Stafford wants to work with Matt Patricia again?
  13. One other surprise trade destination: Washington Football Team. Stafford throwing to Terry Maclaurin would give defensive coordinators nightmares.
  14. I wonder of the Lions could pull off a three-team trade like they do in the NBA and MLB?
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