The Detroit Lions have cut cornerback Dre Bly, offensive tackle Jon Jansen and linebacker Caleb Campbell.
They also set their 53-man roster Saturday by releasing defensive tackles Rob Callaway and Landon Cohen, linebacker Vinny Ciurciu, receivers Tim Toone, Brian Clark and Michael Moore, running back DeDe Dorsey, offensive linemen Noah Franklin, Dan Gerberry, Cliff Louis, kicker Steven Hauschka, defensive backs Ko Simpson, Jonathan Hefney, Eric King, Paul Pratt, T.J. Rushing and Dante Wesley.
Bly became expendable because cornerback Alphonso Smith was acquired from Denver for tight end Dan Gronkowski. Jansen lost a shot to start. Campbell almost made it after the Army forced him serve two more years after Detroit drafted him in 2007.
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