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The Detroit Lions are planning to sign former Pro Bowl offensive guard Leonard Davis.
Scout.com, citing a league source, reported that Davis had a tryout with the team Thursday.
The 33-year-old Davis was released by the Dallas Cowboys in July.
A former first-round draft pick of Arizona in 2001, Davis has started 153 career games.
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