Amendola plans to sign with Lions

Amendola plans to sign with Lions

Amendola plans to sign with Lions

As first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Lions will sign the former Patriots defensive end to a five-year deal. He previously played under Matt Patricia with the New England Patriots.

Like Flowers, both players are former Patriots.

The Detroit Lions had one of their busiest off-season days in recent memory on Monday, with the start of Free Agency upon us. What a nice breath of fresh air that is from how previous regimes have operated.

The Lions made Patricia their head coach, while Amendola signed a two-year, $12 million contract with the Dolphins.

Flowers has 21 sacks and 164 tackles in 45 games over the last three seasons.

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An 11-year veteran, Amendola has had a nice career after starting as an undrafted free agent out of Texas Tech in 2008. According to The Athletic's Connor Hughes, Flowers shortened his list to the Lions and Dolphins before ultimately choosing Detroit.

Flowers was a versatile defensive end for the Patriots that could play in a variety of techniques.

The Lions were in need of wide receiver help and Amendola looks to be their fix.

Coming out of Texas Tech in 2008, Amendola went undrafted and bounced around practice squads before landing on the Rams. New England sent him to the Seahawks in 2017 for a seventh-round pick, and he recorded two decent seasons. Contract details were not yet known. He also added a touchdown pass. Crabtree finished with 54 catches for 607 yards and three touchdowns.

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