The Detroit Lions agreed to terms on a one-year contract with cornerback Justin Miller to help fill out the depth chart after cutting Aaron Berry earlier this week. Miller last played in an NFL game in 2009. He was last signed by the Arizona Cardinals, but was cut before the 2010 regular season. He worked out for the Lions on Wednesday.
At one point earlier in his career, Miller was an outstanding KR, but who knows what he has left. Turned 28 earlier this year.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 25, 2012
Miller was drafted in the 2nd round during the 2005 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. He started 12 games in his first two seasons, and made a major impact in the return game. He earned a Pro Bowl spot as the AFC's return specialist after averaging 28.3 yards per return during the 2006 season.