Detroit Lions: 5 players who could be traded in 2019
3 of 5
Nevin Lawson – Cornerback
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Some cornerbacks need a change of scenery. This is especially true for Lawson.
Having no interceptions drives his price down but he’s shown some promise shutting down opposing receivers.
The savings are very favorable and the dead cap is so minimal it’s hard to imagine him not finding a new home.
Asking price per draft pick: 4th-5th round
Expected draft compensation: 5th-6th round
Best trade type based on value: Player for player
Best time to exercise trade: Offseason/Preseason