The Detroit Lions have made some major investments to their offensive line in the past few years. Under the watchful eye of general manager Bob Quinn, the Lions have invested two first-rounders and signed pricey free agents like starting right tackle Ricky Wagner to bolster the unit. But after three seasons, is it time for Detroit to move on from Wagner?
Drafted 168th overall in the fifth round of the 2013 draft by the Baltimore Ravens, Wagner will turn 31-years old during the 2020 season. He was signed to a five-year contract in 2017 by Quinn as a free agent.