Sidelion Report

● By Brenden Armour
The Detroit Lions were very active during the opening days of free agency, signing impact players such as defensive end Trey Flowers, tight end Jesse James, cornerback Justin Coleman, and wide receiver Danny Amendola. General manager Bob Quinn also made a few other depth signings since then, such as re-signing running back Zach Zenner and cornerback Marcus Cooper, and bringing in safety Andrew Adams, offensive guard Oday Aboushi, tight end Logan Thomas, and wide receiver/return specialist Tommylee Lewis. Now that 99% of all impact signings have been made, any free agents from here on out that the Lions decide to bring on will most likely be camp bodies or end of the roster types who won’t have much to do come game-day. The Lions’ staff will be turning most of their attention to the 2019 NFL Draft and how they can improve the team the most through that.
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