Justin Coleman, Lions reportedly agree to terms
The Detroit Lions and defensive back Justin Coleman, formerly of the Seattle Seahawks, are agreeing to terms with on a 4-year, $36 million contract.
The deal will make Coleman one of the highest-paid slot corners in the NFL. He spent the first two years of his career under Lions head coach Matt Patricia as a member of the New England Patriots. Coleman will ideally provide an upgrade over Nevin Lawson, who was cut on Monday.
Coleman recorded 3 interceptions in two seasons with the Seahawks.
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