2015 NFL Draft: Five Positives and Negatives For the Detroit Lions

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Nov 22, 2014; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers defensive lineman Gabe Wright (90) greets fans after the game against the Samford Bulldogs at Jordan Hare Stadium. Auburn won 31-7. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

3. More Help At Defensive Tackle Arrived

Though not everyone was thrilled with the decision to deal a third-round pick in 2016  to select Auburn’s Gabe Wright in the fourth round, the fact is, Detroit did add a defensive tackle to the mix relatively early on. The position was a major need entering the off-season considering what happened with Ndamukong Suh, and all eyes were on Detroit to see what they’d add during the draft after acquiring Haloti Ngata and signing Tyrunn Walker.

Wright’s a solid player who has proven he can dominate in a tough league when he puts his mind to it. Getting him around Jim Caldwell and Teryl Austin might only help him find that next level in the long run.

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