Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Lions reach 4-year deal with CB Justin Coleman

Lions reach 4-year deal with CB Justin Coleman

Amendola and Patricia spent a half-decade together in New England before both left for more money elsewhere in 2018.

The 25-year-old will reunite with former New England defensive end Matt Patricia, who saw his team allegedly acquire two other ex-Patriots upon the league's tampering period opening as well.

With the expected signing of two-time Super Bowl victor Trey Flowers, the Detroit Lions will field a very talented defense in 2019 that includes the likes of defensive tackle Damon Harrison, the team's 2018 sack leader in defensive end Romeo Okwara, and last year's rookie steal in defensive lineman Da'Shawn Hand.

The Patriots acquired Brown in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers last April.

Wales survives Scotland fightback, keeps Grand Slam hopes alive
This is the unbeaten tournament leaders' fourth successive Six Nations victory - and their 13th of a record-breaking winning run. Wales will win the Six Nations title and clinch a first Grand Slam for seven years if they beat Ireland in Cardiff.


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

After an underwhelming season with the Miami Dolphins, wide receiver Danny Amendola is on the move yet again. He originally signed a two-year, $12 million contract with the franchise after a five-year run New England that ended in 2017.

The NFL Network reported that the deal has a base salary of $4.5 million with incentives. Miami cut Amendola last week after just one season, clearing some $6 million in cap space. 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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