The Detroit Lions met with Washington TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Boston College PK Nate Freese Tuesday, April 15.

Footballguys View: Seferian-Jenkins would be a nice fit for them on the second day of the draft. The big man knows how to use his frame to box out defenders in the red zone. He’s also athletic enough to attack the deep middle seam of the defense.


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