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I'd like a little Transparency

The first round is over, is there any good reason why teams can't release the information regarding what trade offers they received or made? I think it would be interesting for us, as fans, to see what the Lions were really trying to do at the #5 selection and what they were being offered. I can't see what harm this would cause, and I think it would be a great point of debate for fans.




Who wouldn't like to debate whether the second round pick that the Rams offered us would have been worth the drop down to pick number sixteen? I'm using that as a hypothetical question of course, because none of us actually know what they were offered for the pick, nor what they may have been offering to move up, nor what they may have been offering to try and get back in the bottom of the first round. Is there any good reason for this now that it's said and done and history?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Pride Of Detroit or its writers.

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