3. Odell Beckham Jr.
Upon being available via trade if someone were so inclined and then ultimately waived by the Cleveland Browns in the middle of last season, Beckham was not a fit for the Lions. He fit nicely with the Los Angeles Rams as they made a title run, but there was always a narrow segment of teams that were going to be a fit. The Rams also happened to have a significant void to fill after Robert Woods was injured.
Beckham unfortunately suffered a torn ACL in the Super Bowl win over the Bengals, his second ACL tear in as many seasons. While he should be good to go sometime next season, when that’ll be can’t really be known just yet post-surgery.
Winning can change a player’s tune, but Beckham ultimately still is who he is until he shows otherwise for longer than a few weeks–a looming distraction and locker room cancer if things aren’t going well. He also carries genuine durability concerns, and will turn 30 during next season.
Beckham would certainly prefer to sign with a contender, which rules out the Lions off the bat. But they should have absolutely no real interest anyway.