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Nate Caminata - LionsFans.com
The Detroit Lions continued to re-sign its in-house talent on Friday, agreeing to a one-year, $750,000 contract with defensive tackle Kelvin Pritchett.
A solid backup defensive lineman, Pritchett tallied 17 tackles in reserve role for the Lions in 2000, including one fumble recovery.
Earlier in the week, the team re-signed veteran running back Lamont Warren to an undisclosed contract. Warren looks to have a more involved role with Detroit next season. The versatile third-down back caught 40 passes for 336 yards and a touchdown last year, and ran for another three touchdowns.
He was one of the more consistent players in a revamped offense.