According to the Detroit Free Press, the Lions ideally would like to play Riley Reiff at right guard.
Lions GM Martin Mayhew is leaving the door open for 2012 first-round pick Riley Reiff to be the team's Opening Day left tackle.
According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Lions are "strongly" considering moving OT Riley Reiff to guard.
The Lions' website confirms that Riley Reiff is expected to start at either tackle or guard next season.
Lions GM Martin Mayhew confirmed that the team sees Riley Reiff as a tackle in the NFL.
Lions first-round pick Riley Reiff played 22-of-78 offensive snaps in Sunday's Week 6 win over Philadelphia.
First-round OT Riley Reiff will open the season as a swing tackle.
No. 23 pick OT Riley Reiff says he didn't play any guard in the Lions' offseason program, and "hasn't been approached" about doing so.
Lions signed No. 23 overall pick OT Riley Reiff to a four-year, $7.993 million contract.
Lions OC Scott Linehan expects No. 23 pick OT Riley Reiff to "play a lot of football for us really early."
First-round pick Riley Reiff is working as the second-team left tackle at Lions OTAs.
The Detroit Free Press believes Lions' first-round pick OT Riley Reiff could be limited to swing-tackle duties as a rookie.
Lions first-rounder Riley Reiff will not see any time at guard during this weekend's rookie minicamp.
GM Martin Mayhew confirmed that the Lions view No. 23 overall pick Riley Reiff as Jeff Backus' successor at left tackle.