The Detroit Lions made some roster moves with the team’s rookie minicamp coming up per Benjamin Raven of Mlive.com. Two of those players used to play in the B1G in their college days.

Ex-Michigan State TE Matt Sokol and former Ohio State edge rusher Rashod Berry were waived by the team on Tuesday. Berry was signed by the New England Patriots in May of 2020 as an un-drafted free agent. He was waived by the Patriots on Aug. 15, before getting signed by the Lions a few days later. Berry got waived once again a few days later, but was re-signed by the Lions in October of 2020.

Sokol started his NFL career with the Los Angeles Chargers as an un-drafted free agent in April of 2019. Later that August he got waived, and picked up by the Jacksonville Jaguars. This past January was Sokol’s 2nd time as a member of the Lions, as he also spent time in Detroit after getting waived by the Jaguars. He also had more stints with the Chargers (2020-2021), Jaguars (2021) as a member of the practice squad. Sokol appeared in the Chargers’ Week 16 game against the Denver Broncos in 2020.

We’ll see where these 2 end up.