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The Detroit Lions have been throwing money around like nobody's business, inking running back Reggie Bush, safety Glover Quin, defensive lineman Jason Jones to free agent contracts, and re-signing cornerback Chris Houston.
T.J. Lang isn't impressed.
Taking to his Twitter account Wednesday, the Green Bay Packers guard dissed Detroit's flurry of transactions.
The humor was apparently lost on much of the Twitterverse.
That isn't to say Lang didn't touch of a few nerves, though. One fan attempted (what he thought was) a witty retort.
Emphasis on "attempted."
Lang 1, jsteagall 0.
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Chris Houston will be back with the Detroit Lions for the 2013 season and beyond after agreeing to a five-year deal on Wednesday, per multiple reports. His agent confirmed the news via Twitter:
Chris Houston has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions
â€” Schwartz& Feinsod (@schwartzfeinsod) March 13, 2013
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