3. WR KhaDarel Hodge
Hodge made a key play in a small role during the Week 13 game against the Vikings, with a nine-yard catch to keep things moving on the game-winning drive for the Lions. But it was also his first reception since Week 7, and over the last five games he has nearly equaled his snap count from that game against the Rams alone (32, to 33 vs. the Rams). He has seven receptions for 60 yards all season.
Hodge does see some more action on special teams (42 percent of those snaps this season), but he’s not a return man and even that role is not consistently significant (10 snaps in Week 13).
The Lions are lined up to reshape their wide receiver room in the offseason, via free agency and/or the draft, with a few guys who are to some level likely to be back next season (Amon-Ra St. Brown, Kalif Raymond, Josh Reynolds). Hodge may be re-signed cheaply and kept around when NFL rosters are 90 players during OTAs, etc., but come Week 1 of next season he will be long gone from being in a Lions’ uniform.