The deal will be signed once the Cowboys free enough salary cap space, Schefter reports.
Durant, 28, had perhaps his best year as a pro last season but seemed to be the odd man out in Detroit. The team re-signed several of its free agents, but, despite being second on the team with 103 tackles, Durant wasn’t given a new contract.
Lions general manager Martin Mayhew indicated recently that the team was looking to go in a different direction.
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