The Detroit Lions are considering a trade for veteran wide receiver Robert Woods to address the depth issues at the wide receiver position, according to ESPN. Woods could provide valuable experience and depth behind the team's top receivers, Jameson Williams and Amon-Ra St. Brown, following the departure of Josh Reynolds. ESPN's Bill Barnwell suggests a trade involving Day 3 picks between the Lions and the Houston Texans to acquire Woods.

By the Numbers
  • Robert Woods had 426 receiving yards and one touchdown in 14 games with the Texans last season.
  • ESPN's Bill Barnwell proposed a swap of Day 3 picks as the potential trade deal for Woods.
Yes, But

Robert Woods' performance in recent seasons has not been as impressive as in previous years, raising questions about his impact as an addition to the Lions' roster.

What's Next

If the trade materializes, the Lions could benefit from Woods' experience and potentially provide a boost to their receiving corps, depending on his performance and willingness to accept a lower salary.

Bottom Line

The potential trade for Robert Woods offers the Lions a chance to address their depth concerns at wide receiver with a seasoned player, albeit with some uncertainties about his recent performance and fit within the team.