Lions' 2022 Review: Receivers Room Has Multiple Superstars

Detroit Lions' receivers room, led by Amon-Ra St. Brown and DJ Chark, performed at a high level in 2022. The Detroit Lions have many exciting pieces at the wide receiver

position. It was a solid 2022 campaign, as Amon-Ra St. Brown surpassed 100 catches and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career.  DJ Chark was also a big help

when healthy. The most intriguing of the options, though, is 2022 first-round pick Jameson Williams. After rehabbing a torn ACL suffered in his final collegiate game, the Alabama

product had just one catch in six games, a 41-yard touchdown.  Despite the limited production, many believe the future is bright for the speedy wideout. Detroit general

manager Brad Holmes offered high praise for Williams at his season-ending press conference.  “I don’t think anything he did this year is anywhere remotely close to where

he’s going to go,” Holmes said. "We’ll determine what that role is, and a lot of it is on him, too. He’s going to have to put the work in this offseason, he’s going to have to be

dedicated in his approach and we can provide all the resources and lay it all out. But, he’s going to have to take the accountability and do it on his own. But, got a lot of faith

and confidence in Jameson, and obviously, because we traded up for him and made the move for him, we all had the same belief.”  Here is a primer for the Lions at the wide

receiver position heading into the offseason.  Reason for hope St. Brown took another leap in his second professional season, going from a standout rookie to one of

the top wideouts in the league. He ranked among the top in receiving yards (11th) and receptions (seventh).