Lions general manager Martin Mayhew is fond of saying free agency and the NFL Draft “aren’t the finish line” when it comes to building an NFL roster.

Mayhew backed up his claim Thursday when Detroit claimed former Cowboys G/C Bill Nagy off waivers and placed CB Drew Coleman (concussion) on injured reserve.

At first glance, the move may seem somewhat odd.

Nagy was cut by the Cowboys after he suffered a high-ankle sprain on the same left ankle that he fractured during the 2011 season. Cowboys’ offensive line coach Bill Callahan told the Dallas Morning News Wednesday that Nagy underwent surgery on the ankle.

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