The Detroit Lions may have a formidable defensive line, but they have struggled in the secondary for years, particularly at cornerback. Why is the team seemingly not addressing this year in and year out?
Like most NFL rookies, Riley Reiff’s training camp improvement has been slow, but steady.
The Detroit Lions have signed first-round draft pick Riley Reiff.
With just over five weeks to go before training camp begins for the Lions in Allen Park, here’s five storylines to watch for in the coming months.
Riley Reiff is still without an agreement with the Lions but is participating in the three-day minicamp anyway
Now that the NFL Draft is in the books, let’s take a little closer look at the Lions eight picks.
Reiff was in the family’s pole barn, waiting for the news with his 92-year-old grandfather, Lloyd Reiff.
Detroit Lions offensive tackle Riley Reiff says he turned down an offer to be in New York for the NFL draft to celebrate with family in South Dakota.
What they have in Reiff is a player who probably rates ahead of Cherilus and one who competes for a starting job in training camp.
The Lions lack depth along the offensive line and Reiff played both tackle and guard at Iowa. He will likely contribute immediately.