Source: Lions try out Curtis Marsh, three other defensive backs

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The Detroit Lions tried out four defensive backs, including former Philadelphia Eagles third-round cornerback Curtis Marsh, according to a league source.

Marsh was last with the Cincinnati Bengals. He broke his hand during the preseason and was released by Philadelphia. He played collegiately at Utah State

Cornerback Curtis Marsh was signed. Marsh is a former Philadelphia Eagles third-round draft pick from Utah State. He had a fractured hand in the preseason.

The Lions also worked out defensive backs Kip Edwards, DeMarcus Van Dyke and DeQuan Menzie

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