It's hard to believe, but the month of May is already starting to wind down. Before you know it, the Detroit Lions will have their mandatory minicamp in June before breaking for a brief summer vacation. They will then return for training camp at the end of July, essentially bringing the offseason to a close.
Before we even start to think about what's coming up in the next couple months, let's take a moment to reflect on what's happened so far this offseason. The 2014 NFL Draft took place earlier this month, for example, giving Lions general manager Martin Mayhew another chance to reshape his team's roster.
Going into the draft, you guys gave Mayhew a 74% approval rating, which was the same as it was in January. Has Mayhew's approval rating changed at all following the draft? Let's find out -- vote now in the poll below and leave your thoughts in the comments.
For reference, here's a look at Mayhew's previous approval ratings:
April 2014: 74% approval
March 2014: 80% approval
January 2014: 74% approval
December 2013: 87% approval
November 2013: 82% approval
October 2013: 87% approval
September 2013: 70% approval
June 2013: 73% approval