Lions Trade Proposal Sends $641M to…

The Detroit Lions took a major hit in the secondary when safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson went down with a season-ending pectoral tear, but one insider believes the team could find some help at the upcoming trade deadline.

SI.com’s Christian Booher suggested that the Lions could seek a trade to bolster their secondary, which struggled in last week’s blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens. He noted that the Lions could find a trade partner with an AFC team expected to be sellers at the upcoming deadline.


Lions Advised to Target Safety Justin Simmons

Booher wrote that the Lions could find a willing trade partner in the Denver Broncos, who insiders say are heading into a rebuild and looking to move players in exchange for draft assets. He noted that safety Justin Simmons, who is 29 and in the final year of his $61 million contract, could be a good addition to a Lions team that lost veteran leadership when Gardner-Johnson went down for the year.

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