A regular poster on The Huddle says he met the Chargers' Kassim Osgood last night, while filming a commercial for the Can Cancer campaign. Osgood then told him the Lions have made Osgood a very nice contract offer. Ordinarily, this would constitute tampering, but according to Pro Football Weekly, Osgood's been on the trading block, and the Chargers are only looking for a late-round pick. Osgood is a very tall, fast return specialist who's been dying to get a chance to play wideout. Last season he held out for a bigger contract and better playing time--and didn't get either. Osgood would be a very nice fit, indeed--see the "Lions should look at tall wideouts who can return" post immediately below--and nicely take care of one more need heading into the draft. Osgood would also be a better option than, say, blowing a third-round pick on a returner like Brandon Tate, because there'll be no learning curve. Osgood could step in and immediately provide a huge boost to the return game--and, if the talking he's done to the media about how good of a wideout he is is even remotely true, he'll step right into the slot WR role, and could even challenge Bryant Johnson for the #2 gig.