Two days of NFL free agency are in the books and the Lions have plans to host several players over the next few days. In addition to entertaining some offensive linemen to protect the golden armed Matthew Stafford and another potential weapon for him, the Lions will be looking to close up some holes on defense, particularly cornerback:
The Lions will also host former Colts cornerback Jacob Lacey, according to sources.
Lacey has started 27 games for the Colts over the last three seasons. Lacey, 24, had 72 tackles and one interception in 15 games with the Colts last season. He started 10 games at left corner in 2011.
Lacey is the only cornerback scheduled to visit the Lions for now, but I imagine that'll change as free agency progresses. The Lions could also very well be drafting a cornerback in the first round of the draft.
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