Nov 28, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions wide receiver Jeremy Ross (12) reacts after scoring a touchdown during the second quarter of a NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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Ask Kyle: Talking receivers, cornerbacks, draft and free agency
Kyle Meinke — MLive

This just in to my email: Apparently the Detroit Lions should trade Mikel Leshoure for the first overall pick in the NFL draft. I just can’t believe Martin Mayhew didn’t think of that first!

That was just one of the many — uh, what’s the word? — intriguing nuggets I received in response to this week’s mailbag call. Silly season has descended upon us, folks, and it’s only going to get worse from here as the Lions embark on free agency and then the draft.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Free agency predictions
Tara Altman —

With the start of free agency just days away, the predictions for which players will be targeted, and retained, continues

Could Lance Moore be an Option at Wide Receiver for the Detroit Lions?
Zach Libby — Rant Sports

As the list of free agent wide receivers continues to expand this offseason, another name that could come up on the Detroit Lions radar is Lance Moore, who was just released by the New Orleans Saints.

Detroit Lions tender offers to kick returner Jeremy Ross, four other free agents
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press

The Detroit Lions tendered five of their exclusive rights free agents today, including kick returner Jeremy Ross.

Ross, who became the first Lion to return a kick and punt for a touchdown in the same game since 1977 when he accomplished the feat in a December loss to the Eagles, received a one-year tender of $570,000.

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