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2019 Schedule
3-12-1, 4th in NFC North
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Ex-Lions CB Melvin, Jaguars reach 1-year deal

Rashaan Melvin will be joining his sixth NFL team in eight seasons after reaching a one-year deal with the Jaguars. He started 12 games for the Lions in 2019, making 68 tackles.

What the Lions accomplished in free agency (1:10)
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Larry Hardesty

Larry breaks down the Darius Slay- Matt Patricia situation, Aaron Judge's progress, a special message from Mariano Rivera and more.

Darius Slay describes the vibe he got from coach Matt Patricia (0:58)
Do Darius Slay's comments expose a deeper problem in Detroit? (1:19)
Patricia told Slay he wasn't elite (1:40)
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10dMichael Rothstein

Slay says he quickly 'lost all respect' for Patricia

Two incidents between Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia and cornerback Darius Slay early in Patricia's tenure began a rift between the two that might have contributed to Slay being traded, he told ESPN on Thursday.

Darius Slay traded to Eagles, agrees to extension (0:51)
Why signing Shelton makes sense for the Lions (1:08)
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Shelton, Harmon join former Patriots with Lions

DT Danny Shelton and safety Duron Harmon have become the fourth and fifth former members of the Patriots to join the Lions under coach Matt Patricia over the past two offseasons.

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Source: QB Daniel, Lions agree to 3-year deal

Former Bears QB Chase Daniel has agreed with the Lions on a three-year, $13.05 million deal that includes a voidable clause, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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13dMichael Rothstein

Source: Ex-Bears DT Williams agrees to join Lions

The Detroit Lions started rebuilding the interior of their defensive line Monday night by agreeing to a two-year, $10 million deal with former Chicago defensive tackle Nick Williams, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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Ex-Patriots LB Collins reaches deal with Lions

Former Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins is joining the Lions on a three-year, $30 million deal, a source told ESPN's Field Yates, reuniting him with former Patriots defensive coordinator and current Lions coach Matt Patricia.

Team Stats

Passing Yards243.810th
Rushing Yards103.121st
Points For21.3Tied-18th
Points Against26.4