ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Lions finally tried to help their secondary in the NFL draft. The Lions took cornerback Nevin Lawson of Utah State in the fourth round Saturday, hoping to shore up an area that seems to lack depth. The secondary is a concern for Detroit, especially given cornerback Chris Houston's injury problems. The Lions used two of their first three picks...
The Detroit Lions had two quick picks at the end of the fourth round that were awarded to them as compensatory picks. That made these picks untradeable and gave the Lions and Martin Mayhew an opportunity to add some depth the defensive side of the football on this third day of the 2014 NFL draft. That’s exactly what he did too, adding a cornerback and defensive end to the roster...
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