The Detroit Lions entered the offseason with 23 unrestricted free agents. Who's staying and who's going?
Here's an update entering Thursday, Day 3 of free agency in the NFL:
Jason Hanson, kicker: Contract details haven't been worked out yet, but Hanson confirmed that he will put off retirement and return for his 22nd season.
Corey Hilliard, offensive tackle: Re-signed for two years and is expected to compete for starting job.
Chris Houston, cornerback: Re-signed for five years and 25 million.
DeAndre Levy, linebacker: Signed a three-year deal worth as much as 9.75 million.
Kassim Osgood, special-teams standoutreceiver: Re-signed for one year.
Cliff Avril, defensive endlinebacker: Signed with Seattle for two years and 15 million. He turned down three years and 30 million last summer from the Lions.
Gosder Cherilus, offensive tackle: Signed with Indianapolis for five years and 34 million.
Drayton Florence, cornerback: Took one-year deal from Carolina.