The Detroit Lions have several notable free agents to consider re-signing this offseason, including their top two wide receivers in Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the latter is a strong candidate to receive the franchise tag if they cannot agree to terms on a new deal, as the Lions are apparently set on keeping Golladay in the fold.

Rapoport said of Golladay on "NFL Now," via NFL.com, that after they had talks last year about a long-term extension, which ultimately didn't happen, they're going to try again this year, "but expect him to be tagged if they don't get a deal."

After the Lions locked up left tackle Taylor Decker last September, they reportedly shifted their focus to re-signing the Pro Bowl wideout they drafted in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Northern Illinois.