In the fourth quarter, Eric Ebron showed why he's drawing so much trade interest around the league. In the three quarters before it, he showed why he's on the block in the first place. And about a half-hour after the Lions' 20-15 loss Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ebron expressed indifference about his future as the trade rumors pick up. "Look, I'm going to be happy no matter the decision," he said. "If I'm here, I'll be happy. If I go anywhere else, I'm going to be happy. That's just how I roll, man. (Shoot), I've been to about 10 schools in one year in New Jersey. I'll be all right." Ebron, the 10th overall pick in the 2014 draft, has never quite lived up to the billing. But he hasn't been this bad in a long time either. After doubling his production in 2015, then again in 2016, hopes were high for him in 2017. And with Anquan Boldin stepping aside, Ebron -- who fills almost the same role in the offense -- figured to be the biggest beneficiary of all.
Eric Ebron doesn't care whether the Lions trade him or keep him
Michigan Live | Oct 30