Corey Davis, Marvin Jones, Josh Reynolds. Corey Davis comes from Western Michigan University, and would have a chance to come home and get paid while having a true opportunity to be a number one receiver. Marvin Jones is unlikely to return but is an extremely underrated receiver in the league who filled in as the teams top target many times over the last 5 years. Josh Reynolds comes to play the slot for Detroit with new GM Brad Holmes who comes from the Rams.
DJ Fluker, Cam Robinson. Two former first round picks who have failed to live up to expectations but have potential still as mauling run blockers.; Lions could use depth at RT and RG.
Ndamukong Suh, Sheldon Rankins. The Lions are lit with cap space and can create even more with a few obvious moves. Ndamukong Suh could look to finish his career where it all started and earn a pretty penny in the process. Rankins comes from New Orleans where new Lions coach Dan Campbell likely was able to evaluate Rankins abilities as a player. Lions have the worst DL in the league.
Leonard Floyd, Barkevious Mingo. Lions are thin at edge rusher. Floyd is familiar to GM Brad Homes from his time with the Rams, and to the Lions organization from Floyd\'s time with the Bears. Mingo can be a cheap serviceable starter.
John Johnson, Marcus Williams. Two young superstar safeties who come from the former teams of the new GM and Coach of the Lions respectively. It is doubtful both will come here, but if the Lions can land even one of these guys it will be considered a slam dunk offseason.