Dan Campbell touts Detroit Lions' patchwork approach to free agency: 'It gives us options'

The Detroit Lions did not make any major moves in free agency, but the incremental gains they made — on the field and in the locker room — should set them up nicely to make a bigger splash in the future. That is Dan Campbell’s hope, at least, after the Lions signed nine players in the first wave of free agency, added quarterback Jared Goff and defensive tackle Michael Brockers via trade, and re-signed defensive end Romeo Okwara. Eight of the Lions’ nine new additions signed one-year contracts, and only Brockers, on a renegotiated contract, received more than $5 million guaranteed. “Probably th…

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