The Detroit Lions will be in the market for help atwide receiver, safety, on the offensive line and at defensive endin NFL free agency Cheap China Jerseys next week. Here are 10 names to watch:
S George Iloka, Cincinnati Bengals: Teryl Austin needs a young, versatile safety to round out his secondary, and Iloka appears to be the Lions' top target. He turns 26 later this month and should have plenty of suitors, including the Bengals and Atlanta Falcons.
S Rodney McLeod, Los Angeles Rams: McLeod is the best safety no one hasheard of, and he'll have plenty of interest next week. The Arizona Cardinals are thought to be the front runner for his services, but the Lions might come knocking if Iloka goes elsewhere.
WR Marvin Jones, Cincinnati Bengals: The Lions plan to sign a receiver, no matter what happens with Calvin Johnson, and Jones is the best one on the market. He's young, can run and he'd be a nice complement to Golden Tate.
WR Jermaine Kearse, Seattle Seahawks: The Lions lured Golden Tate away from Seattle after the Seahawks won the Super Bowl two years ago. Could they go after his former teammate now? Kearse hasn't put up huge numbers in Seattle, but he has delivered his share of big plays.
OL Kelechi Osemele, Baltimore Ravens: The Lions are willing to spend cheap jerseys for help on their offensive line, and Osemele is a talented player. He has been a guard for most of his career, but he played some right tackle during the Ravens' 2012 Super Bowl season, when Lions coach Jim Caldwell was the team's offensive coordinator.
OL Mitchell Schwartz, Cleveland Browns: The Browns have two starting offensive linemen to take care of, and while most expect center Alex Mack to return to Cleveland, Schwartz could be on the move. Like Osemele, he'd probably play right tackle for the Lions.
LB Vincent Rey, Cincinnati Bengals: Rey has played virtually every position for the Bengals while racking up 219 tackles the last two years. It doesn't appear as if the Lions will make a big splash at linebacker, but Rey could start in the middle next to DeAndre Levy.
CB Sterling Moore, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cornerbacks tend to get overpaid in free agency, but Moore somehow has slid under the radar. He played well wholesale nhl jerseys in Tampa last year, is more than just a Cover 2 corner, will play all season at age 26 and has ties to Lions GM Bob Quinn from his time with the New England Patriots.
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CB Jerraud Powers, Arizona Cardinals: Long before he became a fixture in the Cardinals' secondary, Powers was a part of Jim Caldwell's first draft class as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He turns 29 this summer and has never been a big playmaker, but he can fill a lot of roles in the secondary.
DE Derrick Shelby, Miami Dolphins: Shelby might end up being too pricey for the Lions' liking, but he played well as a situational rusher last year. The Lions are on the lookout for edge help, and he's the type of young pass rusher who should be of interest.