Apparently, Detroit Lions have decided who will be the backup quarterback.

Tom Pelissero on NFL Network reports that Detroit released Tim Boyle on Monday.

For the No. 2 job behind Jared Goff, Boyle competed with David Blough.

For now, Blough is in charge. After tomorrow's cuts, the Lions can upgrade there.

In 2021, Boyle appeared in five games for the Lions, starting three of them.

Three touchdowns, six interceptions, and 61 of 94 passes completed.

As a result of his and Blough's unimpressive summers, it's possible that the Lions'

backup quarterback for 2022 is not even with the team at the moment.