DETROIT (97.1 THE TICKET) – Detroit Lions offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus has reached an agreement with the Indianapolis Colts shortly after free agency began on Tuesday according to the Detroit Lions.

The former Lion was drafted by Detroit in the 2008 NFL Draft.

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The 6’7′ Cherilus was born in Haiti and played college ball at Boston College.

As a rookie Cherilus became a starter for the Lions.

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The Detroit Lions have also wrapped up one year deals with Amari Spievey and Kassim Osgood according to DetroitLions.com.

“Hey, I’d love to see @ReggieBush here in the D. I’ve always been outspoken (for me) about how important I think the run game is. Even today.,” tweeted Barry Sanders.

Could a deal for Bush be far behind?

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