According to the trading records of the National Football League, the Detroit Lions have signed Jonathan Williams, poached him from the Washington football team’s practice team, and included them in the current lineup of the Lions.
Williams returned to Detroit after a short stay in the convoy for a month. The Lions signed him to the main lineup on August 17, but released him on September 5 and placed him on the practice team. In the first week of the game against the Chicago Bears a week later, he returned to the active lineup, but was immediately sent back to the practice team and then released shortly after. Williams did not participate in the Bears game.
With Bo Scarbrough recently recovering from an injured reserve team, Williams will become the current fifth place on the Lions.
In addition, the Detroit Lions also signed the defensive end of Everson Griffin̵
Both Williams and Griffin must accept the NFL’s COVID-19 testing protocol and can join the team after passing the test. Prior to this, no player counted into the 53-man effective lineup limit of the “Lions”.
As a result, the Lions still have an vacant roster that can be used to activate Nickel cornerback Justin Coleman over the weekend. Coleman spent the past six weeks on injury reserves, but he resumed practice last week. If activated, he will be eligible to play with the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.