As the Lions try to prepare for life after Calvin Johnson, they’ve added another receiver to the depth chart.
Per a league source, Detroit has signed former Broncos receiver Andre Caldwell to a one-year deal.
Caldwell, who actually is older than Calvin Johnson, arrives after four seasons in Denver and four before that in Cincinnati.
His best season came in 2009, when Caldwell caught 51 passes for 432 yards and three touchdowns. Last year, Caldwell caught only 10 passes for 72 yards and a pair of scores in the regular season. He also added three catches for 36 yards in the postseason, including a 22-yard reception in Super Bowl 50.
The catch and run came on a third down during the opening drive of the game, which resulted in a field goal.