By Erik Schlitt
Detroit Lions center Graham Glasgow is in the final year of his rookie contract and at today’s player press conferences he mentioned that he isn’t worried about getting a contract extension.
“I’m going to leave that up to my agent and the organization,” Glasgow told reporters. “I’m not too worried about it. There’s a lot of football to be played, a lot of time to pass before I really even get into that.”
He’s right, there is a lot of time left before general manager Bob Quinn usually reaches contract extensions with existing Lions players, that typically happens four months from now during the first few weeks of Training Camp.
Each of the past three offseasons Quinn has extended players on the roster including Darius Slay, Sam Martin and Theo Riddick in 2016, Matthew Stafford in 2017, and Quandre Diggs in 2018.
This offseason, Glasgow and A’Shawn Robinson appear to be the next best candidates for a Training Camp extension — 2016 first-round pick Taylor Decker is also in the final year of his rookie deal but he has a fifth-year option that the team can elect to pick up without an...