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Lions General Manager Bob Quinn worked for the Patriots before heading to Detroit and he wasn’t part of too many free agent spending sprees during his time in New England.Quinn showed that he’s not averse to blazing his own trail this offseason Youth T.J. Hockenson Jersey , however. The Lions gave defensive end Trey Flowers the biggest deal in this year’s free agent class and quickly signed Flowers, cornerback Justin Coleman, tight end Jesse James and wide receiver Danny Amendola to contracts totaling over $160 million. They’ve since added cornerback Rashaan Melvin to the haul as well.Quinn acknowledged that spending the money doesn’t guarantee results, but said their goal heading into free agency was to “improve all aspects of the team.” He said on Monday that he feels the team has done that.“There鈥檚 not a lot of sure bets in free agency,” Quinn said, via the . “Certain years you can be more aggressive than others and I think with the money that we paid those guys T.J. Hockenson Jersey Mens , the contracts speak to what we think of them. and we think they can help us win games. And that鈥檚 the bottom line is we want to get as many players into our team and our scheme that can help us win more. And that鈥檚 my goal.”Flowers, Coleman and Amendola all played for the Patriots while head coach Matt Patricia was there and Quinn said the “culture part of it was important to us” when it came to bringing in those players. He also said that their ability to help on the field was more significant after a 6-10 start to Patricia’s tenure. Detroit’s first big splash into free agency is in the secondary."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Detroit Lions NewsDetroit Lions NotesDetroit Lions AnalysisDetroit Lions TransactionsDetroit Lions Game RecapsBreaking NewsIntroducing the 2019 Detroit Lions Draft Class! 脳NFL Free AgencyDetroit Lions NewsDetroit Lions Free AgencyDetroit Lions signing CB Justin Coleman to record-breaking 4-year dealNew,161commentsDetroit’s first big splash into free agency is in the secondary.EDTShareTweetShareShareDetroit Lions signing CB Justin Coleman to record-breaking 4-year dealShane Roper-USA TODAY SportsThe Detroit Lions sealed their need for a cornerback when they released cornerback Nevin Lawson—which is now official. Now it appears the Lions already have a cornerback they’re looking to add.According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Lions are closing in on a deal with former Seahawks corner Justin Coleman, and it’s going to cost them:For reference, last year the Dolphins gave Bobby McCain a four-year Jahlani Tavai Detroit Lions Jersey , $27 million extension, which made him the highest paid nickel on at the time.UPDATE: Ian Rapoport is reporting the deal is agreed upon: four years, $36 million:Coleman is just 25 years old and has been a significant contributor for the Seahawks defense in the past two seasons. Prior to his time in Seattle, he was with—you guessed it—the New England Patriots. In 52 career games, Coleman has 126 tackles, 2.0 sacks Jahlani Tavai Jersey 2019 , three interceptions, 27 passes defended and two touchdowns. Here’s what one Seahawks fan thinks of Coleman:It will be interesting to see how Coleman fits into the Lions’ plans. He appears to be more fit for the nickel corner position, which would leave the team still needing an outside cornerback opposite Darius Slay. However, we all know how much Matt Patricia likes versatility in players, and considering he has coached Coleman before, he likely knows exactly where he’ll fit in Detroit.Of course Color Rush Jahlani Tavai Jersey , the deal still needs to get done. Also, fun fact: