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Lions sign Terrelle Smith, Ronald Curry

The Lions added two more free agents Thursday, signing fullback Terrelle Smith and receiver Ronald Curry to one-year deals.

Smith was one of the best blocking backs on the market and spent the last two seasons in Arizona. He should play in front of Jerome Felton, a rookie last year.

Curry, who played last season with Oakland, is another in a collection of third receivers the Lions have been accumulating since the end of last season. He had just 19 catches for 181 yards last year.

Update: Changed the title so no one gets too excited about what Curry the Lions signed.

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Blogger George said...

Had me leaping out of my skin for joy when I saw "The Lions sign Curry" . . .you had to know you were doing that. grrrr

4:51 PM 
Blogger Jesse said...

Haha...nice title Dave. My heart almost exploded.

4:52 PM 
Blogger Dave Birkett said...

Totally forgot about that other Curry until now. I'll change the title.

Interesting to read and hear some of the comments Matt Stafford made today in his promotional appearances on ESPN. First, he had a print blue tie on that looked decidedly Lions-esque to me on First Take. Second, read this chat transcript. When he answers questions about the Lions he talks likes a man who has a pretty good idea where he'll be drafted.

5:18 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^florio did the same thing on PFT, but the difference was he knew he was doing it.

saw that script earlier and i really didn't see anything interesting.

that's cool they got smith and curry though. heh, smith and curry. that'd be nice on draft day.

6:24 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hilarious... sign smith and curry!

I didn't know you could do that!

oh wait deception!

6:41 PM 

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