Lions set to sign Trey Flowers

12 March, 2019, 05:58 | Author: Marlene Myers
  • Report: Amendola plans to sign with Lions

There will not be a return to New England for Danny Amendola. Amendola played for the Patriots from 2013 to 2017, winning two Super Bowls in the process.

Former Patriots defensive end Trey Flowers will soon be a Detroit Lion. According to The Athletic's Connor Hughes, Flowers shortened his list to the Lions and Dolphins before ultimately choosing Detroit. ESPN previously predicted that Flowers would get something in the range of a five-year deal for $85 million with $35 million guaranteed.

Update: reporter Ian Rapoport checks in with an update on the details of the deal. He's posted a total of 21.0 sacks over the past three seasons and is considered one of the most consistent defenders in the league. He finished 2018 with 7.5 sacks and help lead the Patriots to their second Super Bowl title in three seasons.

More news: US President Donald Trump dealt blow as US trade deficit jumps

Flowers' market inflated over the last several days as the other elite free agents at his position were halted from hitting the open market by the franchise tag or a new deal with their original team.

Our first real Lions nugget in free agency is a big one. Coleman, 25, went undrafted out of Tennessee in 2015 and bounced around a few practice squads before sticking with - you guessed it - the Patriots.



Whale Tries to ‘Eat’ Tour Operator in South Africa, Photos Show
The 51-year-old was with a group photographing sharks when the water began to churn around him and everything went dark. Schimpf heads the company Dive Expert Tours, which organises diving excursions for amateurs and professionals.

NVIDIA buys high-performance chip-maker Mellanox for $6.9 billion
As artificial intelligence workloads become the norm, Nvidia with Mellanox be more an architecture play. Intel and Mellanox have said absolutely nothing about the deal but then that is to be expected.

SNL cold open spoofs interview between R. Kelly and CBS’ Gayle King
These stunning stories led to the singer being charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse. Kelly are not backing down from the singer in an attempt to get their daughters back.

Cabrera Bello avoids water to set pace with 65 at Bay Hill
Baddeley is the leading Australian at Bay Hill, with 2017 Palmer victor Marc Leishman posting a 70 to sit at two under. The top three players not already exempt from the top 10 at Bay Hill will get into Royal Portrush.

'My ex-wife is destroying my name', says tearful R Kelly
Kelly finally spoke out about his financial woes during his emotional interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning . He claimed that "people have been stealing my money" after it emerged he was unable to pay $100,000 in bail money.

Trump declares tornado site disaster area
Taylor's friend survived, but she's being treated in Birmingham. "Once they have a plan, they must follow it", Mitchell said. It carved a path almost a mile (1.6 kilometers) wide and 24 miles (39 kilometers) long, said meteorologist Chris Darden.

'Captain Marvel' explains why Captain Marvel didn't appear in 'Avengers: Infinity War'
I had always thought in the back of my head, should that day ever come - which as I've previously said, I wasn't sure it would. Jackson ) pages Captain Marvel ( Brie Larson ) as half of living creatures, including him, turn to dust.

Captain Marvel: Mid-credits and end-credits scene explained
Then, in that "looking up in the sky at night" shot I mentioned above, Nebula and Tony Stark manage to make it back to Earth. Should the projections hold, " Captain Marvel " will wind up with one of the top 20 domestic opening weekends of all time.

GOAT DEBATE: LeBron James defies odds to break Michael Jordan’s record
James scored 31 points and surpassed Michael Jordan's 32,292 career points on a driving layup during the second quarter. Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson was one of the first to congratulate James on Twitter.

Huawei is suing the United States government
The company has announced contracts with customers including the United Arab Emirates in the Middle East for network technology. Guo said the ban would limit competition, slowing the rollout of fifth-generation communications and raising consumer prices.