Ex-Packer Allison agrees to terms with Lions
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Geronimo Allison is sticking in the NFC North, as the former Green Bay Packers receiver agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

Allison will ink a one-year contract worth $910,000 that includes a $137,000 signing bonus, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

In Green Bay, the 26-year-old Allison flashed the potential to be a starting-caliber slot receiver but never emerged as a consistent presence opposite Davante Adams.

Allison amassed 34 catches, 287 receiving yards, and two touchdowns last season in a part-time role.

The former undrafted free agent will join a deep receiver room in Detroit, where he'll compete for snaps behind Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones with Danny Amendola, Travis Fulgham, and Marvin Hall.

Ex-Packer Allison agrees to terms with Lions
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