The Detroit Lions have freed up nearly $2 million more in salary-cap space by releasing another player. The club confirmed Monday afternoon that Leroy Harris, a center/guard, was let go eight days before the NFL's free-agent market opens up. The move comes nearly three weeks after Detroit released two other players -- receiver Nate Burleson and safety Louis Delmas -- to dump their...
Aaron Wilson, citing a league source, reports that the Detroit Lions are releasing G Leroy Harris on Monday. Harris, 29, had a $100,000 roster bonus due on March 15 and was set to make $1.85 million for the 2014 season. His cap figure for next season was $2.062 million, but the Lions will now free up $1.95 million in cap space following his release, according to OverTheCap...
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