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Lions’ Darius Slay Reporting to Camp

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The Detroit Lions won’t have to worry about the status of cornerback Darius Slay for the start of training camp.

According to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, Slay will report to camp as he continues to push for a new contract with the team.

Slay is coming off his second consecutive Pro Bowl season and has spent his entire career with the Lions.

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Lions Cut C.J. Anderson

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The Detroit Lions have released veteran running back C.J. Anderson, who was one of their free agent hauls this past offseason.

Anderson signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Lions during free agency, rushed for 43 yards over his only 2 games with the team.

In a corresponding move, the Lions have claimed running back Paul Perkins off of waivers from the New York Giants.

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Lions Re-Sign Logan Thomas

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The Detroit Lions have re-signed veteran tight end Logan Thomas.

In a corresponding move, the Lions placed defensive end Austin Bryant on the injured reserve.

Thomas, 28, was cut on Saturday as the Lions trimmed their roster down to 53 players, but is now back with the club.

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Glover Quinn Announces Retirement

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Former Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin has announced his retirement from the NFL.

Quinn, 33, was released by the Lions back in February, and started all 16 games for Detroit during the 2018 season.

“Playing professional sports was always a dream of mine. Football was the route I chose and God blessed me to be able to persevere through all the hardships and play 10 years in the NFL,” Quin said, according to ESPN’s Michael Rothstein. “I’m so thankful for the opportunity I had to play in the NFL with such great players and two great organizations.

“Football was never who I was as a person. It was always what I had done. I wanted to use football as a stepping stone into the rest of my life and not let football be my life. I always only wanted to play 10 years. Said if I was able to walk off the field after the last game in Year 10, it would be really hard for me to walk back on. I’m young, I’m healthy and I got a lot of life to live. So I’m walking away from the game of football.”

Quin notched 24 interceptions and 740 tackles over the course of his career.




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