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Throughout the beginning of free agency, the Detroit Lions have taken care of their secondary by maintaining one well-known cornerback and making a trade for another.

However, one insider speculates that a far larger shift may be on the horizon. The Lions have expressed interest in Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who is anticipated to be traded, according to Kyle Meinke of MLive.com

Sneed, as Meinke pointed out, is among the best defensive backs still available and has drawn a lot of interest from possible trade partners.

After L’Jarius Sneed received the franchise tag in Kansas City and Jaylon Johnson agreed to a four-year, $76 million contract to return to Chicago, the top of the market has shrunk, according to Meinke. But Sneed has been granted permission to look for a trade, and it has been claimed that seven clubs have made inquiries about him. Among the group? The Detroit Lions, your team.

The Lions are still in need of a No. 1 cornerback, and Meinke pointed out that one of their major needs is cornerback. After Emmanuel Moseley suffered an ACL tear only two snaps into his debut game with the Lions and had torn another one the previous year, the team did attempt to address the secondary by bringing him back for a second season

By acquiring Tampa Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis, the Lions also increased their depth in the secondary; nevertheless, Meinke stated that adding Sneed may.

More than anything else, the Lions want a real CB1, which would enable them to move [Cam] Sutton to CB2 and further develop their depth chart from there, according to Meinke. “More additions are on the way, but Mosesey signed a new one-year contract this week and will have a chance to prove he’s still the same guy who played fantastic football out in San Francisco.”

With their first-round selection, the Lions may select a cornerback, but Meinke pointed out that Sneed might be the best option. It would cost a lot because the Chiefs are probably looking for a first-round selection in return for their starting cornerback.

None of the available cornerbacks fit Detroit more perfectly, according to Meinke. “Last season, Seed allowed an NFL-high 4.8 yards per target while picking interception two additional passes and breaking up fourteen passes. Former slot player who has developed into a true force on the perimeter, he would provide Detroit’s defense the playmaking skills and flexibility they need. He’s in the heart of his peak too, at just 27 years old.


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