2010 NFL Draft: Detroit Lions Seven-Round Mock (Updated)

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If anybody doubted the new Lions regime this time a year ago perhaps the last 24 hours has helped change their mind. General Manager Martin Mayhew and Head coach Jim Schwartz have made the most noise thus far in free agency. Shortly after the 12:00 AM start on March 5,2010, Schwartz was in Nashville waiting in his car outside of Kyle Vanden Bosch’s subdivision while Mayhew and Tom Lewand were working out the details of a deal for Seahawks wide receiver Nate Burleson. Two hours before the frenzy began Detroit pulled off what seems on the surface like an excellent trade by sending a fifth-round pick to Cleveland for Defensive Tackle Corey Williams and a seventh-round selection. There’s a chance the Lions might have another signing or two up their sleeve. Regardless, it seems that William Clay Ford has opened up the checkbook a little more than usual. Perhaps the best part of all is the flexibility they now have entering the War Room in late April. One school of thought is to stay...

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