The Lions have filled their two vacant roster spots with defensive tackle Bobby Skinner and cornerback Isaac Madison.
They had two open spots on the roster after waiving injured tight end Nathan Overbay and safety Don Carey on Monday.
Skinner, an undrafted rookie from Montclair State, was claimed off waivers from the Giants. He adds depth to a defensive tackle unit that’s been banged up as of late. Sammie Hill has been out two weeks with back spasms and Corey Williams and Andre Fluellen have missed the last two practices.
Madison is an undrafted rookie free agent out of Arkansas. He spent the first week of training camp with the Cowboys before he was released.
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