Ex-Dolphin Danny Amendola to sign with Lions, according to reports

Ex-Dolphin Danny Amendola to sign with Lions, according to reports

The Lions got a breakout season from Kenny Golladay in 2018 but second-leading receiver Golden Tate was dealt to the Philadelphia Eagles at the deadline. The deal is rumored to be a five-year deal worth anywhere between $16-$17 million per season.

The Bills now have defensive ends Jerry Hughes, Shaq Lawson, Trent Murphy and Eddie Yarborough under contract for the 2019 season.

Quinn made it clear heading into the offseason that Detroit needed more playmakers on defense.

The fourth-round pick of the Patriots in 2015 has had 21 sacks over the past three seasons, including 7.5 a year ago. But despite a career-high 15 starts, his production in Miami did not reach the same level as his previous years in New England.

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With free agency kicking off this week, the Lions are reportedly already set to sign former Seattle Seahawks' slot cornerback Justin Coleman.

The veteran wideout is in Detroit Monday taking a physical and as long as there are no complications, he will be a Lion.

Amendola was released by the Dolphins last week, which gave Miami about $6 million in extra cap space to work with under new head coach Brian Flores. Hand excelled in an in-and-out role as a rookie but figures to play more on the edge this season with Ansah gone.

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