Detroit Lions mailbag: What are the post-Kenny Golladay plans at wide receiver?

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The Detroit Lions did not place the franchise tag on Kenny Golladay, and while they still have a few days to negotiate a long-term deal with the Pro Bowl wide receivers, all indications seem to suggest Detroit has chosen to move on.

So what are the Lions going to do next at wide receiver. Aside from the signing of Tyrell Williams—a one-year deal—and rookie Quintez Cephus, general manager Brad Holmes is starting from scratch. And while he may say the position can be quickly flipped, like he helped do with the Los Angeles Rams back in 2017, it’s not exactly easy.

So on Wednesday night, as part of our Locker Room app question and answer session, we went over what we think the Lions’ plans will be for the wide receiver position. We also talked about a lot more topics based on your questions: Is there still a chance Romeo Okwara sticks around? What are the Year 2 expectations for his brother, Julian Okwara? Are Jeff Okudah and Amani Oruwariye locked into starting spots for 2021?

You can listen to the entire episode below, or through our podcast feed on any of your favorite podcast platforms, including: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or iHeartRadio.

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