The Detroit Lions continued to get deals done with their 2013 draft picks on Thursday by signing a pair of players and agreeing to terms with another. They signed third-round pick Larry Warford and fifth-round pick Sam Martin, and they are set to sign fourth-round pick Devin Taylor, who has agreed to terms on a deal.
The full details on these three deals aren't currently out, but Dave Birkett reports that Taylor received a signing bonus of "just over" $300,000. We do know that all three deals are for four years, but the rest of the details aren't known just yet.
There was a report on Thursday that the Lions had also signed second-round pick Darius Slay to a contract, but Birkett reports that a deal isn't done at this point in time. Even so, the expectation is for Slay to be signed in the immediate future, as no hold-ups are expected.
In addition to the three players who got deals done on Thursday, four draft picks signed on Wednesday. This leaves Slay and first-round pick Ezekiel Ansah as the only Lions draft picks without a deal.