Even though the peak of free agency has ended and the draft is over, the free-agent market is still littered with treasures here and there.
The Detroit Lions still have some holes to fill despite the roster coming along rather nicely after the draft. There are moves they could make and players they could sign, and free-agent contracts in the middle of summer tend to be more affordable than those in the first week of free agency.
That means that there are not only pieces the Lions could fit into their system, but ones they can actually (presumably) afford to sign.
That affordability will play a huge role in who the Lions do and don't decide to take a run at as all 32 teams start preparing for training camps in less than three months. Realistically, the Lions have someone on the roster ready to at least compete for these jobs, so if somebody is out of the Lions' price range, they'll be prepared to go ahead with who they have.
But regardless of who fills these positions (and whether or not the person is currently on the roster), here are the spots on the team the Lions should be most concerned with filling.