Detroit continues to negotiate with the Chiefs, who according to Kansas City Star reporter Adam Teicher, said Detroit declined a deal that would ship them No. 3 and a fourth-rounder in exchange for the 20th and 33rd overall picks.
As previously anticipated by RoarReport.com, the Detroit Lions weren't expected to stand-pat with the No. 20 selection.
Despite handing a six-year, $78 million, incentive-laden contract to rookie Matthew Stafford, the Lions have been working the phones to jump back into the top five.
According to the source, the Lions have offered the No. 33 overall selection, and next year's first-round pick, but the deal isn't sweet enough for Chiefs GM Scott Pioli to pull the trigger.
It isn't known whether the Lions are willing to part with the No. 20 pick, where they like the value.
It is widely believed, however, that the Chiefs might consider LSU's Tyson Jackson at No. 3 overall.
Because of that possibility, the Lions have also gauged any interest from Seattle at No. 4.
Stay tuned to RoarReport.com as we keep up on the latest with regards to Detroit's draft day.