The Lions’ first priority at both spots is to re-sign Chris Houston and Louis Delmas. But after that, the Lions are still shoppers, and the more supply there is the better the likelihood of the prices going down.
On Friday alone, Carolina released cornerback Chris Gamble, Arizona released safety Adrian Wilson and Jacksonville parted with safety Dawan Landry. All three moves done with salary cap considerations in mind.
Of the three, Gamble seems like the best fit for the Lions.
At 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, Gamble, 29, has the size profile the Lions are looking for. He is coming off a shoulder injury that resulted in him missing 12 games last year, though.
The all-time Panthers’ interception leader has 438 tackles, 27 interceptions and has defended 80 passes in nine NFL seasons.
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