Lions sign two more draft picks

As rookie minicamp comes closer, the Detroit Lions are starting to sign their first-year player class.

On Thursday, the team signed fifth-round pick Caraun Reid. On Friday morning, defensive end Larry Webster (fourth round) and kicker Nate Freese (seventh round) both finalized their deals.

Terms were not immediately available.

Last year's pick at No. 136, where Webster was taken, was Philadelphia safety Earl Wolff. Wolff signed a four-year deal worth about $2.37 million, including a signing bonus of $212,000. So Webster's contract could be in that range.