The Detroit Lions‘ investment in their offensive line is well documented. Since becoming the team’s general manager in 2016, Bob Quinn has sunk two first-round selections and signed expensive free agents to secure the O-line. Now, the Lions will have to pay a pretty penny to keep them all together.
The first domino to drop this offseason is starting guard Graham Glasgow. A third-round selection during Quinn’s first draft in Detroit, the versatile interior lineman is expected to test free agency next month. And because there’s a severe lack of quality offensive lineman across the league, Glasgow is all but guaranteed to sign elsewhere unless the Lions swoop in with a big offer.