The Detroit Lions have signed third-round center Travis Swanson to a four-year deal.
Swanson started 50 consecutive games for Arkansas and was a two-time team captain.
Swanson was drafted to eventually succeed veteran Dominic Raiola.
The contract is worth $2.956 million and includes a $619,472 signing bonus.
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