Looking to add depth and competition on the offensive and defensive lines, the Detroit Lions signed guard Leroy Harris on Monday, formally of the Tennessee Titans and will host solid defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis, once a New Orleans Saint.
Harris, a six year veteran, has been a starter for the Titans. He's been active the past three years, but despite that, he's recovering from ACL surgery. The Lions likely have added Harris mostly to compete with Larry Warford on the right side of the offensive line's interior.
Meanwhile, the Lions have also been busy looking around for help on the defensive line. In need of quality rotational players, Detroit has scheduled a visit with Ellis, a former starter for the Saints' Super Bowl team at defensive tackle. Ellis, once a top ten selection in the NFL Draft, is also visiting the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots. After letting Corey Williams go, Detroit is looking for quality depth on the line.
Players like Harris and Ellis, though not the most elite free agents, make the biggest difference toward rounding out a roster. As the season wears on and games get tough, depth on both lines is vital towards crafting a championship team. Harris is in the fold, and the Lions should be very interested in adding Ellis, a former Super Bowl winner, as well.
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