Just hours after agreeing to a deal with free agent wide receiver Danny Amendola, the Detroit Lions have inked deals with free agents Trey Flowers and Justin Coleman (pictured above).

The Flowers deal is reportedly for five years as the NFL Network's Ian Rapaport tweeted today.

The Coleman contract is for four years, according to lionswire.com.

Flowers comes from the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, where he had 7 1/2 sacks in 2018.

Coleman comes from the Seattle Seahawks, where he had one interception and 55 tackles last season.  He is expected to replace Nevin Lawson at nickelback.

These deals won't be official until Wednesday afternoon when the new NFL league year begins.