The Lions are still trying to find a safety that is good enough to start alongside Louis Delmas, and that search has them looking at Kansas City Chief Jarrad Page, according to Arrowhead Pride.
Per a league source, the Lions expressed interest in Page but the Chiefs aren't biting.
The connection to the Lions shouldn't come as a surprise. Defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham was on staff when Page was drafted so he knows him well. Earlier in the offseason, Cunningham said of the young Chiefs, "I would like to be there to catch a lot of them, because I know a couple of those guys."
The fact that the Lions are still in the market for a starting safety says a lot about the safeties currently on the roster. The Lions obviously aren't satisfied enough with the likes of Daniel Bullocks and C.C. Brown to be at ease with the starting situation opposite Delmas, so they will keep looking until they find a player that fills that need.