Danny Amendola's stop in Detroit was a quiet success. So much so that both sides are extending the stay.
The Lions are re-signing the veteran wide receiver to a one-year deal, NFL Network's Peter Schrager reported, per sources informed of the situation. The team later confirmed the signing.
Amendola caught 62 balls for 678 yards and a touchdown last year while making nine starts. Those numbers were in line with his best years with the Patriots. The two-time Super Bowl winner ended up in the Motor City after being cut last spring by the Dolphins, who'd signed him to a two-year contract the previous spring.