- Aaron Wilson recently reported that Ihedigbo is considering multiple offers, but the Ravens aren’t expected to match any of them.
Ihedigbo visited with the Lions a week ago, but ultimately left without a contract. He changed agents recently, so there a chance that an agreement could be in place at some point in the near future.
Ihedigbo, 30, is one of the best available safeties, and both the Lions and Bears could really use some help at the position. Last year, he totaled 100 tackles, three interceptions, a forced fumble and two recoveries for the Ravens defense.
- Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reported earlier in the day that Ihedigbo has hired a new agent in recent weeks.
- Birkett adds that the Lions can now resume pursuit of Ihedigbo if they happen to still be interested in signing him.
- Birkett adds that Ihedigbo needs to get his agent situation squared away.
Ihedigbo, 30, makes sense for the Lions given that they have an obvious need at safety and Ihedigbo played for new Lions DC Teryl Austin for the past two years in Baltimore.