The Detroit Lions are continuing to look for help at wide receiver.
The Lions will work out receivers Steve Breaston, Laurent Robinson and Chaz Schilens, Jason La Canfora of CBS reports.
Robinson worked out for the Jets on Monday and also reportedly has drawn interest from the Patriots. A 2007 third-round pick of the Falcons, Robinson has also played for the Rams, Chargers, Cowboys and Jaguars. Robinson has shown promise at times and had a good season for the Cowboys in 2011, but his concussion history is a major red flag.
Breaston has had a quiet offseason, and there were reports in March that a knee injury was giving him problems. Last year he was a total non-factor in Kansas City, catching only seven passes, but he topped 700 receiving yards in four straight seasons from 2008 to 2011.
Schilens played for the Jets last year, catching 28 passes for 289 yards, and played four seasons for the Raiders before that.
The Lions have the best receiver in the NFL in Calvin Johnson, but they don’t have a clear-cut No. 2 receiver. The second and third receivers on their depth chart, Nate Burleson and Ryan Broyles, are both coming off season-ending injuries.