Detroit Lions 2017 NFL Draft
Coverage of the Detroit Lions 2017 NFL Draft
For their first selection in the sixth round, the Lions drafted a defensive tackle.
The Lions added a pair of players who may play limited roles at first, but figure much more into future plans
Michael Roberts captured the imagination of Jim Caldwell and turned it to visible joy.
At 11 3⁄4 inches, Michael Roberts’ hands are massive.
To begin Day 3, the Lions chose to better their depth at linebacker and went with Jalen Reeves-Maybin.
All the information you need to know for Day 3 of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Missed opportunities on the defensive line and some concerns about deep speed temper enthusiasm for an otherwise good choice
We have one day left of the NFL Draft and the Lions have six picks remaining. Here are some of the top remaining players.
The newest pick of the Lions reportedly suffered an injury while working out for Detroit.
Teez Tabor is a risky pick, but his performance at Florida is undeniable.
Time for the best part of the draft: Watching highlight reel after highlight reel.
Every year someone falls in the draft and 2017 saw many big names slip to round 2.
There’s a lot of reasons to like Detroit’s pick of Jarrad Davis. There’s also at least one reason to dislike it.
Check out the full transcript of Jarrad Davis’ post-draft teleconference.
Bob Quinn addressed the Lions’ dire situation at linebacker with authority in the first round of the 2017 draft
With Day 1 in the books, let’s transition to Day 2 and look at the top players available for the Detroit Lions.
With the Lions’ biggest need gone, what should they do now?
Fans in Detroit loved the Lions’ first-round pick, while national experts were less enthusiastic.