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LIONS SIGN KYLE VANDEN BOSCH TO A 4 YEAR DEAL WORTH 26 MILLION

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 6: Defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch #93 of the Tennessee Titans walks off the field after warm ups prior to the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Field on December 6, 2009 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
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jason wandrieContributor INovember 9, 2016

 Coach Jim  Schwartz got the man he wanted...Kyle Vanden Bosch from the tennessee titans. They sign the vet to a 4 year 26 million dollar deal. This should seriously help out the lions defensive line. Vanden Bosch, a 2010 pro bowler played under  Schwartz when he was the titans d-coordinator, brings alot of hardwork and dicipline to the lions defense that may be lacking leaders. Assuming the lions are able to draft Suh at the number 2 spot in the draft, the detroit defense is going to be much improved, and a welcome site to all lions nation. As a lifelong lions fan myself, i know im tired of watching opposing offenses run over our weak defense like a monster truck does a matchbox...We still have cliff avril and dewayne white, who have done a good job for the lions,along with dt's sammie hill and grady jackson, the detroit defense has some runstoppers. Only time will tell, needless to say: we are trying, i think we are off to a good start in the free agent market so far. GO LIONS!

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