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Detroit Lions center Russell Bodine opts out of playing this season


A third Detroit Lions player has opted out of playing this season. Center is the latest addition to the list. Bodine is on a one-year contract with the Lions and was set to make $910,000 this season. His contract will roll to the 2021 season. Bodine was a 2014 fourth-round pick by Cincinnati out of North Carolina and moved on to Buffalo in 2018. (NBC Sports)

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Detroit Lions center Russell Bodine opts out of playing this season


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