Lions agree to deal with Shelton, Slay tweets hope for trade

Published: Mar. 18, 2020 at 9:53 PM EDT
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The Detroit Lions agreed to a two-year, $8 million deal with defensive tackle Danny Shelton. Agent Drew Rosenhaus confirmed that deal Wednesday. Shelton started 14 games last season for New England. The Patriots also agreed to trade safety Duron Harmon to the Lions. The teams did not announce additional terms of the deal. The trade is pending a physical. ESPN, citing an unidentified source, reported Wednesday night that cornerback Desmond Trufant was signing a two-year deal with the Lions. Darius Slay is currently Detroit's top player at that position and tweeted in response to that reported deal by saying he hopes it speeds up his trade process.

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