4. WR Kalif Raymond
Raymond seems to have found a home in Detroit this year, starting all 12 games and he’s the team’s fourth-leading receiver thus far (35 catches for 412 yards and two touchdowns). He has also been the team’s primary punt returner, averaging 11.6 yards per return (sixth-best in the league) with a long of 48 yards.
Spotrac has tabbed Raymond’s market value at $2.9 million on a one-year deal. That’s more than double his salary from this year, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Lions extend him a multi-year offer to stick around.
3. WR Josh Reynolds
Reynolds came to the Lions after being waived by the Titans, and over three games with his new team he has been basically an every snap player. Over the last two games, he has posted 139 yards and a touchdown on seven catches. He has started to re-establish a connection with Jared Goff from their time with the Rams.
Reynolds ideally won’t be counted on as one of the top two receivers for the Lions in 2022. But they absolutely should have interest in bringing him back, and the feeling may be mutual.