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Lions GM Brad Holmes says franchise has more than one chance to compete for Super Bowl title

At his news conference on Monday, Detroit Lions general manager Brad Holmes addressed the team’s season and discussed the team’s future. He spoke for more than eleven minutes and gave a message before taking questions.

After speaking for more than eleven minutes and giving a message, general manager of the Detroit Lions Brad Holmes concluded his team’s season, which culminated in the NFC championship game, and discussed the team’s future. He then took questions.

At his season-ending news conference on Monday, Holmes stated, “I don’t want anybody to think that this was a one-shot, Cinderella, magical journey that just happened.” “No, it’s true. This is precisely what was intended to occur.

“I know you’re going through a season like this, and I know that based on history and past events, it’s easy to feel like this was a one-time, lucky, beautiful, cute story—a narrative I’m sick of hearing. None of that applied.”

The Lions, who were expected to win the NFC North heading into the season, lived up to the anticipation by winning their first division championship in thirty years.

Detroit became the first NFL team to surrender a 17-point lead at halftime in a conference title game, falling 34–31 away to San Francisco, after winning two playoff games in a single playoffs for the first time since 1957.

Holmes admitted, “Look, that was a disappointment that we didn’t make it.” And once more, it wasn’t a case of “Man, we got lucky.” No, we didn’t achieve exactly what we had hoped for, but we still made great progress.

After three years of having more hits than misses in the draft under Holmes, who started reshaping the long-suffering team by selecting offensive tackle Penei Sewell at No. 7 and receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown at No. 112 overall in the 2021 draft, Detroit had its best season in generations.

Holmes stated, “You should grade a draft after the 2023 season, which we just finished. Not the day after a draft.” “However, looking back, you wanted us to select a quarterback, even if many people in this room did not agree with those selections.

“You objected to Penei Sewell being our choice. People were against us selecting a wide receiver in the fourth round.

Like all NFL clubs, the Lions will have significantly changed rosters for the upcoming campaign following their signings in free agency, trades, and the draft. A few players will also quit in search of greater financial opportunities, while some won’t have the chance to return.

On the other hand, Detroit will have defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn and offensive coordinator Ben Johnson back after they were considered to take over as head coaches of other teams in the league.

Soon, Holmes will have to decide whether to re-sign free agents C.J. Gardner-Johnson in the secondary and Jonah Jackson and Graham Glasgow on the offensive line.

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