Tabor produced 28 tackles over 12 games in 2018.
Tabor is looking more and more like a bust after a 2018 season in which he was a healthy scratch on numerous occasions and has yet to defense a pass through 22 career games. It's unlikely the team gives up on the inexpensive 2017 second-rounder in advance of the 2019 campaign, but it's hard to imagine Tabor isn't on thin ice with the organization entering the offseason.
Tabor (groin) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Tabor has been nursing a groin injury for over a week, but appears to be nearing a full recovery. Barring any setbacks, Tabor appears on track to start against the Dolphins on Sunday.
Tabor is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Packers with a groin injury, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
The extent of Tabor's groin injury is still unclear at the moment. If he's unable to continue, the Lions will likely clear things up after the game. As for now, Nevin Lawson could be asked to step in and fill the void.
A lot can happen between now and Week 1, but Tabor at least seems on track to secure the starting spot on the outside opposite 2017 first-team All-Pro corner Darius Slay. As long as he continues to hold off Nevin Lawson for the job, Tabor could receive quite a bit of attention from opposing signal callers in 2018 given the presumed likelihood that team's try to avoid Slay's side of the field.