Lions sign Brian Price

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Detroit has added some depth to its defensive line.

The Lions announced on Tuesday morning that they’ve signed tackle Brian Price.

Price has bounced around a bit since entering the league as an undrafted free agent with Green Bay in 2016. He returned to the Packers late last year, appearing in the team’s final two regular-season games. He’s also spent time with the Cowboys, Raiders, Browns, Colts, and Jaguars.

Price has appeared in 24 career games.

The Lions had a need on their defensive front after tackle Joel Heath tore his ACL during OTAs last week. The club officially placed Heath on injured reserve on Friday.

5 responses to “Lions sign Brian Price

  1. The Lions are already on the right path, not the same for the Raiders.

    The Raiders are the Lions of the AFC.

  2. frankiej says:
    The Lions are already on the right path . . .
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    I’ve been watching football for a long time. I’d be a very rich man if I had a dollar for every time I heard or read someone claim the Lions “are on the right path.”
    A new (first-time) head coach, some tough talk (with no history to back it up), and a handful of promising draftees and free agents add up to very little. We’ve seen and heard it all before with this franchise.
    The Lions will be on the right path when they prove themselves on the field over an extended period of time. I’m not saying they can’t or won’t, but until they do it’s all just familiar white noise and more unjustified optimism.

  3. The Raiders are the Lions of the AFC.

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    Hardly. 1 playoff win in 64 years, ’91. No division titles since ’93. No Super Bowl wins. Yeah they’re the same, lol.

  4. JBishop29 says:
    June 1, 2021 at 11:19 am
    The Raiders are the Lions of the AFC.

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    Hardly. 1 playoff win in 64 years, ’91. No division titles since ’93. No Super Bowl wins. Yeah they’re the same, lol.

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    The Raiders haven’t played well consistently since the 70’s when John Madden was the coach and shortly after that. Don’t know what planet you’re living on, but he Raiders have been consistently finishing in 3rd or 4th/5th place for the past 40 years (excluding a fluke season here or there every now and then.) ’83 was the last decent season they have had.

    The Raiders are the Lions of the AFC. The Browns are not the Browns anymore. It’s the Lions in the NFC and the Raiders in the AFC.

    The Raiders are exact same as the Lions currently and they both have terrible track records and have a very looooooooooooooong way to go.

  5. The Raiders and the Lions are almost identical. Piss poor management and ownership. Little to no fan base and they both can’t finish in the division (on average) above 3rd place for the past 40-60 years.

    A few 1st place finishes and a playoff win can be done by any NFL team, both their track records are well below average.

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