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Lions get deals done with three more 2013 draft picks

The Detroit Lions have gotten deals done with three more of their 2013 draft picks.


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.

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