The Detroit Lions still need help in the secondary, and now it appears the team is checking out some younger options.
After looking elsewhere, free agent tight end Brandon Pettigrew has agreed to stay in Detroit.
A Detroit Lion since 2010, Willie Young is now a Chicago Bear.
Safety became a definite need for the Lions when they released Louis Delmas earlier this offseason. Delmas played every game for Detroit in 2013 and turned in 64 tackles.
With a little help from a lot of snow, the Lions scored big in free agency by signing 25-year-old wide receiver Golden Tate.
The Lions are teetering on the edge this off-season.
It’s early, very early, but if signals are to be believed, the Lions are thinking in the right direction so far this off season.
NFL free agency is less than a week away, and the cap is finally set, swelling to $133 million, which is much higher than original projections.
The Tigers hoped to sign an extension with Scherzer before free agency. It now looks like that may not happen.
A total of 60 players were signed in deals involving 26 of the league’s 30 teams, according to a list posted on NHL.com.