Detroit Lions trading for former 2nd || سابق 2 کے لئے ڈیٹرائٹ لائنز ٹریڈنگ

Detroit Lions trading for former 2nd || سابق 2 کے لئے ڈیٹرائٹ لائنز ٹریڈنگ

The Detroit Lions acquired Denzel Mims through trade only days before training camp to bolster their wide receiver group with some size and speed.

The Detroit Lions are reportedly dealing for Jets receiver Denzel Mims, according to a report from New York reporter Connor Hughes. (Note: Josina Anderson first reported the existence of trade talks.) Mims was reportedly ready to be cut by the Jets earlier in the day, but it seems the Lions decided against taking a chance on waivers and chose to simply sign Mims instead. The specifics of the transfer were not made public as of Wednesday night.

UPDATE: It has been claimed that as part of the trade, the two teams would exchange 2025 draught picks. While the Lions will receive a seventh-round pick, the Jets will receive a conditional sixth-round pick.

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Mims has the chance to have an immediate influence in Detroit. Having a legitimate 4.38 speed, a 6.03 height, and a 9.77 RAS score, he fills a size/speed gap in Detroit. In addition, Jameson Williams will begin the season serving a six-game suspension, so if Mims does well in Lions camp, he might play right away. Even while NFL-level production hasn’t yet materialised, Mims wasn’t exactly aided by New York’s subpar quarterback performance.

Amon-Ra St. Brown, Josh Reynolds, Kalif Raymond, Marvin Jones Jr., and rookie Antoine Green are the other receivers in the group that Mims will complete. All six of those receivers may fit on the Lions’ roster, but it’s also possible that they only keep five.


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