Two months ago, Lions Twitter went into a frenzy when it became evident that former All-Pro New York Giants safety Landon Collins was set to be a free agent. Collins' unique combination of size, speed, and ball skills made him a hot commodity on the market, and it wasn't typical for a player of his caliber to become available in his prime. Despite the Lions looking set at the position, fans were drooling over the prospect of Collins joining projected starters Tracy Walker and Quandre Diggs in a three-safety look similar to what the Los Angeles Chargers deployed with tremendous success in 2018. The plan never came to fruition as the Lions splurged elsewhere in free agency and Collins signed a six-year, $84 million deal that landed him in the nation's capital.
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