we asked Detroit Lions fans poured in last week to voice their opinion, and now we bring you the results of our poll.
The question arose: if Leo can make a big move 2023 nfl free agencywho would you like to have with their cap space,
Of the 3,717 votes cast over three days, there was no clear winner among the eight options, with shares of several percent each.
But with 885 votes (23.8%), the Buffalo Bills are signing the linebacker. Tremaine Edmonds was the fan favorite by trading hair for Jalen Ramsey (792 votes, 21.3%).
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Edmonds is an unrestricted free agent after becoming the 16th overall pick out of Virginia Tech in the 2018 draft and spending five seasons in Buffalo. He was a Pro Bowl selection in both 2019 and 2020 as he helped turn the Bills into a contender. He has made at least 100 total tackles in every season and has 6½ sacks and five interceptions in his career. Edmonds turns 25 in May. He has been called an inconsistent player by some, but at 6 feet 5 and 250 pounds is a supreme athlete with speed (ran a 4.5-second 40-yard-dash).
Ramsey was Traded to Miami on Sunday for a third-round pick and backup tight endSo that is no longer an option.
The option “none of the above” received 17.2% of the vote (639 votes).
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cornerback Jamal Dean finished fourth with 14.6% (542 votes). Dean, 26, was a third-round pick out of Auburn in 2019, and he has experience starting for playoff teams in Tampa. He has a career high seven interceptions in 57 games.
Signing Lamar Jackson received 4.6% of the vote (171 votes). If the Baltimore Ravens declined to match a contract offer from another team, Jackson would have to choose a team with two first-round picks.
Singh made his move on Monday afternoon, Pittsburgh cornerback Cam Sutton agrees to three-year, $33 million deal With $22.5 million guaranteed.
Below are the full voting results.
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This article was originally published on the Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions fans vote on NFL free agency. here’s who they want