Lions GM open to dealing 3rd overall pick
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The Detroit Lions will entertain offers for the No. 3 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, though they've yet to receive inquiries.

"Open to any trades," general manager Bob Quinn told Tori Petry of "... The higher you are up in the draft, really the sooner the conversations begin. I have not had any trade conversations with anybody as of yet. Those usually tend to start in the combine in the hallway that we kind of roll through and we'll see how that goes."

Set at quarterback with Matthew Stafford, the Lions are in position to trade down from No. 3, where a quarterback-needy team could look to move up. Quinn has repeatedly said that Detroit isn't planning to move on from Stafford in favor of a rookie like Justin Herbert or Tua Tagovailoa, who are expected to come off the board after projected No. 1 pick Joe Burrow.

Quinn offered no hints about what position he's targeting in the first round, but plenty of mock drafts have the Lions selecting cornerback Jeff Okudah out of Ohio State.

Lions GM open to dealing 3rd overall pick
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