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26.10.2018 03:44
Detroit Lions Eli Harold trade: Grading the Lions’ move antworten

Though the team hasn’t yet made it official Womens Ricky Jean Francois Jersey , there are plenty of outlets now reporting that the Detroit Lions will be trading a conditional 2020 seventh-round pick for San Francisco 49ers edge defender Eli Harold. We’ve already broke down what it means for the rest of the Lions’ roster, but what does that leave Detroit with? What does Harold bring and did the Lions get good value for him?ValueWell, let’s start with the second part first. The Lions only sent a conditional seventh-round pick to the 49ers, which is as close to free as you can get in a trade. But while the Lions didn’t have to pay San Francisco much to get him, they will have to pay Harold... and pay him around $1.9 million. Well, that is, if Harold makes the roster. The Lions could end up cutting Harold if things don’t work out and they’d get all of that cap space back. So, the only real cost here is a roster spot, and the Lions have 90 of them right now. In other words, this is the least risky move you could make as a general manager and they got a guy who was scheduled to start for San Francisco. Value: A+NeedDevon Kennard is very clearly going to be the team’s starting edge defender on the left side of the defensive line. He’s been there all throughout camp, and the Lions have been giving him special attention nearly every day at practice. What isn’t clear is who comes in when Kennard comes out? Kennard has only played over 55 percent of defensive snaps in a season once (74.6 in 2015), so this isn’t a guy you’d expect to keep on the field for all three downs throughout the game. The Lions needed someone to be part of the rotation behind Kennard, and there was no clear leader in the clubhouse. Jeremiah Valoaga? Alex Barrett? Freddie Bishop? None of those names inspire a lot of confidence.And while expectations should be severely tempered for a guy the 49ers unloaded for free, this was a clear position that needed an upgrade. I wouldn’t expect Harold to come in and immediately get a ton of playing time—remember, he has to learn Matt Patricia’s complicated defense first—but he’s clearly an athletically talented player that addresses a clear depth problem. Upgrade value: BTalentThis is the ultimate question and one that probably won’t be answered until we see him on the field. As mentioned before, Harold is physically gifted:But he has yet to turn those physical gifts into big NFL talent. His pass rush has been almost non-existent throughout his career, his coverage skills are horrible, and he’s graded out as just an average run defender. If you’re expecting a guy that will be an above-average starter, your expectations are probably way too high. But the Lions got a depth guy that has versatility as both a hand-in-the-dirt edge rusher and a SAM linebacker, and professional experience doing both. He’s unlikely to drastically change the scope of the LIons’ defense, but he could certainly factor in this year. Talent: C-OverallPut it all together and the Lions got a high-upside guy with the versatility that Patricia craves in his defenders. The Lions essentially got him for free and don’t even have to keep him if they don’t like what they see. That kind of low-risk , high-reward move is just what this point in the offseason is all about. It’s hard not to see this as anything other than a pretty solid move. Overall grade: B+NFL cuts 2018: Detroit Lions roster updates, practice squad tracker, waiver claims and rumors “You know this isn’t the Detroit Lions’ final 53-man roster, right?”Yes, annoying friend, we all know that by now, but thanks for pointing it out. That’s right, the Lions may have established their initial 53-man roster on Saturday afternoon, but Sunday will feature a slew of transactions, too. First, all of the players waived over the past two days will become available at noon ET on Sunday. As we speak, teams are scouring the transaction list and putting in claims for players they think may improve their current 53. The Detroit Lions currently are 20th on the waiver priority list, meaning 19 teams are going to have to pass on any of the waived players before Detroit gets their shot. We should hear about any of these sort of additions—or if any of the Lions’ waived player get claimed—right after that noon deadline. After that’s done, teams will get to building their practice squads. Starting at 1 p.m. ET, all 32 franchises are permitted to add any practice squad eligible players that didn’t get claimed to their 10-man squad for 2018. We’ll be tracking those additions for the Lions here, too. Detroit Lions roster claimsOT Andrew Donnal (Ravens)DB Dee Virgin (Texans)Lions waived players claimed by other teamsNone (per Justin Rogers)Former Lions joining other practice squads:RB Dwayne Washington (Saints)DT Jeremiah Ledbetter (Buccaneers)TE Marcus Lucas (Seahawks)WR Jace Billingsley (Patriots)Detroit Lions 2018 practice squad membersQB Jake Rudock (story)WR Chris Lacy (per Dave Birkett)CB Mike Ford (per Justin Rogers)DE Alex Barrett (per Justin Rogers)S Rolan Milligan (per team)LB Darnell Sankey (per team)OL Dan Skipper (per team)DE Eric Lee (from Patriots, per Kevin Duffy)CB Cre’Von LeBlanc (story)DT John AtkinsRB Donnel Pumphrey (reported, unofficial)You can also follow along with all the news with our Twitter tracker below.(If you can’t see the Twitter scroll, click here)Tweets from

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