Detroit lions signed a former defensive battle with pro Bowl Mike Daniels, who was released by Green Bay Packers earlier this week, to a one-year deal for $ 9.1 million, ESPN source Adam Schefter said on Friday. The deal includes $ 7.8 million, which is fully guaranteed, the source reports.
Daniels, 30, was the fourth round of Iowa in 2012. from 102 career games and all except one of the games he has been playing since the start of the season in 2014.
He was interested in nearly a dozen teams, including Cleveland Browns. in 2017, there are 29 career bags, three incompatible refunds, and two coercive failures. He had to reinforce the already strong rotation of the Detroit defense line, which includes Damon Harrison, who is considered one of NFL's top players, along with Dawn Shannon, Shaun Robinson, and rookie P. Johnson . Lions' third coach Matt Patricia will use Daniels, but if he ran to one end, he could join a group including the top dollar of the free agent signing Trey Flowers and Romeo Okuara. Detroit during a training camp after skipping the whole spring and being on the list of football injuries. Flowers are not yet practiced and physically incapable of compiling a list. Robinson missed the first two days of the camp to cope with what Patricia calls a "personal question," although the coach said he expects Robinson to return soon.