By Steven Mullenax
The Detroit Lions are fielding offers for tight end Eric Ebron. Will one be too enticing not to take? We’ll discuss that a more in today’s headlines.
Right before the trade deadline last season, the Detroit Lions were contemplating trading away former first round pick Eric Ebron. Ultimately, the Lions opted to keep Ebron and the fourth-year tight end rewarded them with a terrific second-half of the season.
Now it appears those trade rumors are warming up again. Should the Lions pull the trigger this time? Plus, is Detroit really all set at cornerback? And which potential Lions shined at the Combine? We’ll cover those topics and more in today’s headlines!
After posting 21 receptions for 219 yards and two touchdowns in the final four games of last season, suddenly the trade talk surrounding tight end Eric Ebron is heating up again. With the draft just over a month away, getting an extra selection or two must look good to general manager Bob Quinn and new head coach Matt Patricia. Ebron is scheduled to make $8.25 million in 2018 due to the Lions picking up his fifth-year option. I’m just not sure any team will offer more than a late round pick for...