Los Angeles Rams D.L. Michael Brokers trades the Detroit Lions, the source said

Thosand Oaks, California. – The Los Angeles Rams are finalizing a deal to send veteran defensive lineman Michael Brokers to the Detroit Lions, a source confirmed to ESPN.

The move was first reported by the NFL Network.

This is the second trade Rams and Lions have engaged in this season since the Lions hired Brad Holmes, a former Rumsey director of manager Ledge scouting, as general manager in January.

Shortly after Holmes’ hire in Detroit, Rams sent quarterback Jared Goff to replace quarterback Matthew Stafford with a 2021 third-round pick and a 2022 and 2023 first-round pick.

The business becomes official on Wednesday at the start of the new league year.

Elected in the first round in 2012, Brokers has spent the entire part of his nine-year NFL career with Ram. He signed a three-year, on 24 million contract with the Rams after a free agent deal with the Baltimore Ravens fell through.

There could be a pay-cap accident with brokers rams, which was about 33 33 million on the cap, according to the overtake cap, to set a salary cap of 2 182.5 million in 2021.

The move would cost the Rams a whopping 67 3.67 million in dead money, but it would also save a cap of ap 1.1 million, according to Overthackapp.com.

On the fifth day of the league year brokers are fully guaranteed a base salary of .5 6.5 million.

Brokers are expected to provide immediate relief to the interior of the defensive line for the Lions, who already re-signed Edge Rusher Romeo Okwara on Monday and have a tray flower under contract.

But there is a lack in the middle of the line. The Lions let go of Danny Shelton, the nasal proceedings that began last year on Tuesday, and only Nick Williams, Dr John Shaw Hand No Hand, John Penicini and Kevin Strong are under the contract of defensive action.

In the brokers ’trade, the Lions will see it as at least a short-term piece for the team’s defensive reconstruction as it is under contract until 2022. His pass will have a rush win rate (6.5 percent) and a run stop win rate (27 percent) are good additions to the Detroit defense that struggles in both areas under Matt Patricia.

The Brokers, who have played three times in seven seasons with NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Ron Donald, have 28 career sacks.

Michael Rothstein of ESPN contributed to this report.