Former Cowboys’ guard Leonard Davis could be headed to Detroit.
Well, he’s already in Detroit, but he could be headed there, you know, on a permanent basis. To play football.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reported on Tuesday, citing a source with knowledge of the situation, that Davis would meet with the team Tuesday night and into today. The Lions are attempting to shore up an offensive line that is capable of getting quarterback Matthew Stafford through a full season, which would greatly help the team’s growing playoff aspirations.
Davis, who was scheduled to make $6 million in base salary in 2011, was cut by the Cowboys in order to save against the cap. In four seasons in Dallas, Davis was named to the Pro Bowl three times (2007-2009).
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