Lions OT Gosder Cherilus agrees to join Indianapolis Colts

After five seasons with the Detroit Lions, former first-round draft pick Gosder Cherilus has agreed to join the Indianapolis Colts according to the team’s official website.

The contract is reported to be five years. Terms of the deal are still unknown.

The Lions selected Cherilus with the 17th pick of the 2009 draft out of Boston College. He’s started 71 games for Detroit, including all 16 in 2012. He missed the final four games of the 2010 season with a knee injury that required microfracture surgery during the offseason. (MLive).

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  1. Admin says:

    Gosder Cherilus’ 5-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts is worth $34 million and includes a $10 million signing bonus, according to Aaron Wilson of Fox Sports.

    For perspective, the 2013 cap numbers of Jason Fox, Corey Hilliard and Riley Reiff are $4.12 million combined.

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