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profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 12, 2013
The Colts are the first club safety LaRon Landry will visit in free agency. According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, Landry could also visit the Cardinals, Lions and 49ers. Arizona, Detroit and San Francisco all seem logical suitors for Landry if he dShare Tweet
The Titans have been among the most active teams on the first day of free agency, and they’re not finished. According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean, the Titans are expected to finalize a deal for Lions defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill when he visits tShare TweetWith the Lions exploring their options at safety, Lions safety Louis Delmas is exploring his options at, um, team. Delmas will visit the Rams on Tuesday night, per a source with knowledge of the situation. A second-round pick in 2009, Delmas has been a …Share TweetIt’s still up in the air whether the Lions will be bringing safety Louis Delmas back for another season, but that’s not stopping them from looking at other options. According to multiple reports, safety Glover Quin will visit the Lions in the coming dShare TweetThe Colts were one of the surprise teams on 2012, and they’re one of the most aggressive so far in 2013. According to multiple reports, the Colts have agreed to a deal with Lions tackle Gosder Cherilus, and are visiting with safety LaRon Landry. They’Share TweetHere's what I can tell you about the busy-bee Detroit Lions in the opening minutes of free agency: As expected, running back Reggie Bush is headed to Detroit for a visit, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. I think there's a pretty good chance Bush will …Share Tweet
Lions keep Kassim OsgoodSpecial teams coverage specialist Kassim Osgood is staying in Detroit. Osgood, who has made three Pro Bowls as a special teamer, agreed to a new deal with the Lions today, a league source tells PFT. Although he’s listed as a wide receiver, Osgood didn”Share Tweet
Lions place second-round tender on Willie YoungThe Lions could have a vastly different look at defensive end next season. Detroit released veteran end Kyle Vanden Bosch earlier in the offseason, and Cliff Avril and Lawrence Jackson are slated to become unrestricted free agents. However, you can just…Share Tweet
Jason Hanson wants to keep kickingIf the Lions still want Jason Hanson, they have their chance. The veteran kicker, who will turn 43 this summer, has decided he wants to play again this year, according to USA Today‘s Mike Garafolo. He’ll be an unrestricted free agent at 4 p.m. He wentShare Tweet