Tight end Andrew Quarless won’t be able to play the fir...
Tight end Andrew Quarless won’t be able to play the first two games of the season because of a suspension, but that didn’t stop him from landing a job in Detroit.
The Lions announced Monday that they have signed the former Packer to their 90-man roster. Quarless was suspended under the league’s Personal Conduct Policy as a result of a July 2015 arrest for firing a gun in public, which Lions General Manager Bob Quinn addressed in a statement accompanying the news of his addition
Eric Ebron has missed time of late with an ankle injury and Brandon Pettigrew remains on the physically unable to perform list, which has left the Lions a bit shorter than expected at tight end.
Filed Under: 2016, Preseason
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