Lions agree to terms with four more rookies

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As expected, the Detroit Lions are moving quickly when it comes to signing their 2012 NFL Draft picks. On Wednesday, seventh-round pick Travis Lewis agreed to a four-year deal, and so far on Thursday, four more draft picks have agreed to four-year deals. The first draft pick to get a deal done this morning was fourth-round pick Ronnell Lewis. Shortly after, deals were agreed to between the Lions and fifth-round picks Tahir Whitehead and Chris Greenwood. More recently, the Lions agreed to terms with second-round pick Ryan Broyles. Read more here…

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