The Lions signed CB Ron Bartell and placed Jacob Lacey on injured reserve.
A Lions story line to watch is the CB play at the spot opposite starter Chris Houston.
The Lions signed Colts CB Jacob Lacey and re-signed DL Andre Fluellen, the Lions' official website reported Tuesday.
Colts CB Jacob Lacey and RB Donald Brown, much-maligned by many, including yours truly, starred in the Colts first win of the season, a 27-13 triumph over the Titans.
CB Justin Tryon would seem to be the obvious choice to replace the struggling Jacob Lacey, but don't rule out undrafted rookie Terrence Johnson.
The Colts have a number of intriguing players who will compete for the nickel CB job if and when training camp opens.
While the Colts likely will look to strengthen the safety position, we hear the club is in very good shape at cornerback, with the return of Kevin Thomas a big factor in Indy's optimism.
Houston head coach Gary Kubiak has assured the media that Owen Daniels will return next season even though the star tight end endured an injury-plagued campaign, according to AFC South Whispers.
The Colts will be without RB Donald Brown (hamstring), WR Anthony Gonzalez (ankle) and DB Jacob Lacey (foot) for their Sunday-night game against the Redskins.
The Colts have downgraded starting CB Jerraud Powers to doubtful for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Jets. Jacob Lacey is his likely replacement, if necessary.