The Detroit Lions continue to remake their roster with the addition of veteran linebacker/special-teamer Landon Johnson.
Charles Chandler of the Charlotte Observer spotted the announcement of the move on the Twitter page of his agent, Andy Simms.
Johnson was cut by the Panthers earlier in the month, after two years with the team. Before that, he spent four seasons with the Bengals, starting 32 games in his final two seasons there.
In Charlotte, Johnson never cracked the starting lineup on a consistent basis, starting only three of 32 regular-season games.