Detroit Lions starting right guard Larry Warford is headed for free agency, leaving Bob Quinn with a tough decision ahead of him.
Larry Warford has been the Detroit Lions starting right guard for the last four seasons. He started all sixteen games his first year and was regarded as one of the best players in the 2013 class. He even won PFF’s Offensive Rookie of the year award.
But after that stellar start to his career, Warford has seen his share of problems. He’s missed seven games in the past three years, including one this past season with a hip injury. He has been a dominate run blocker at times, but multiple injuries and inconsistent game play has his future in Detroit in question.
If a deal isn’t reached by March 9, Warford will enter free agency and will likely be one of the most coveted guards on the market.