Michael Rothstein of ESPN reports that the Lions hosting receivers Tyler Davis and Larry Pinkard for tryouts on Monday.
Free agent QB Jimmy Clausen will also be in attendance for the workout session tomorrow.
Davis actually played both cornerback and receiver during his time in the German Football League. He’s also the first player to make the transition from the GFL to the NFL.
After going undrafted out of Missouri Valley College, Davis signed a future/reserve contract with Dolphins back in January. However, he was placed on waivers just before the start of the 2016 NFL Draft.
During his MVP season for Kiel Baltic Hurricanes, Davis totaled 94 receptions for 1,733 yards receiving and 24 touchdowns
Pinkard, 24, signed on with the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of Old Dominion back in May of last year. He was waived with an injury settlement a few weeks into the regular season and later signed on to the Raiders’ practice squad to finish out the 2015 season.
During the preseason, Pinkard recorded five receptions for 140 yards receiving and a single touchdown for the Packers.