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The Lions announced that they had waived veteran cornerback Craig James with an injury designation ahead of their OTA session in Allen Park. James, 28, was signed to a future/reserve contract during the offseason and had been wearing No. 25 for the team. Despite playing in two games for the New York Jets in 2023, he didn’t log much playing time.

The exact nature of James’ injury is unknown as he was absent during last week’s minicamp session that was open to the media. The Lions felt it necessary to part ways with him as they prepared for their OTA session in Allen Park, citing his injury and performance as reasons for the roster move.

This news was originally reported on Lions Wire, shedding light on the recent roster change for the team as they made adjustments in their cornerback position. Although James had a brief stint with the team, his injury and lack of playing time ultimately led to his release. The Lions will continue to evaluate their roster and make decisions accordingly as they prepare for the upcoming season.

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