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    With kicking game struggling, Lions sign veteran Zane Gonzalez

    Allen Park — Through the first two weeks of training camp, the Detroit Lions’ kicking competition has been cause for concern. On Tuesday, the team made a swap at the position, signing veteran Zane Gonzalez and waiving Matthew Wright. 

    Gonzalez will now enter a competition with Randy Bullock, who began training camp as the presumptive favorite, but has also has had his share of struggles in his first year with the franchise. 

    A seventh-round draft pick in 2017, Gonzalez has spent the better part of the past three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. In 33 games for the team, he converted 81.8% of his field goal attempts, including 8-13 from 50 yards and beyond, with a long of 56. 

    Bullock, in his 10th season, signed a one-year, $1.75 million contract with the Lions this offseason, which included $750,000 in guarantees. 

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