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Lions4Eva


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Location: Somewhere in Michigan
PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:31 am    Post subject: Lions Mock Offseason (3 Round Mock & Free Agency) Reply with quote

Free Agency

Resign:
OL Riley Reiff: 5 years/$30 Million
WR Anquan Boldin: 1 year/$2.5 Million
WR Andre Roberts: 1 year/$900,000

Sign:
OL Chance Warmack: 3 years/$18 Million
DL Jared Odrick: 2 years/$12 Million
DL Dontari Poe: 4 years/$50 Million
LB Malcolm Smith: 3 years/$12 Million

Resigning Warford is unlikely, however Reiff, who is a proven starter needs to be brought back. Boldin proved to be a great addition, and provided he's still interested in playing should come back on a cheap contract. Andre Roberts gives receiver depth and a sufficient returner.

Chance Warmack can give similar production to Warford, for a substantially cheaper contract. Jared Odrick has shown great production in the past, however after a couple of rough season must prove his value, we give him a similar contract to Ngata. Malcolm Smith is a tackling machine and is quite underrated in my opinion, he can lock up our linebacker core. Finally, the big free agent singing, Dontari Poe comes to Detroit to stop the run and maybe even throw a TD (lol who am I kidding Caldwell would never...).
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Cut:
DL Haloti Ngata: Save $5.5 Million

Extend:
QB Matthew Stafford
DL Ezekial Ansah

Trade:
Round 1/Pick 21 to Seattle for Round 1/Pick 26 and Round 3/Pick 26

Draft

Round 1/Pick 26: DB Quincy Wilson, Florida
Round 2/Pick 21: RB Alvin Kamara, Tennessee
Round 3/Pick 21: DB Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut
Round 3/Pick 26: DL Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova

Quincy Wilson hopefully can evolve into a CB capable of playing in the NFC North. Kamara is a between the tackles runner who can help the running game substantially. Melifonwu is a great athlete who could replace Quin down the line however contribute on special teams as well as a SS. Finally bolster the D-Line with Kpassagnon who's stock has rose ever since the senior bowl.
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Jrugges


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Location: White Lake, Mi.
PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like brining in Poe and Odrick but don't like much outside of that in this mock. Sorry. Just not a fan of the players you've drafted.
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Lions017


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jrugges wrote:
I like brining in Poe and Odrick but don't like much outside of that in this mock. Sorry. Just not a fan of the players you've drafted.


Same here. I like the free agent moves, but don't like the draft picks.
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tonykola


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 1:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't mind Poe as F.A. rather go big and sign Hightower.
If that was to happen we could have a great draft.
Also were not getting much in your trade moving down 5 spots and only
getting a third round pick seems a little off.
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