This is a great landing spot for Chad Hansen. It's despicable the way Houston treated him after he performed so well for the Texans last season, but such is the life of a White receiver in the NFL. There's certainly no guarantee or even likelihood that Chad will be treated any better in Detroit, but at least the Lions have perhaps the least impressive group of receivers of any team in the league, and Danny Amendola did catch 108 balls for the Lions the past two years before he was left unsigned this offseason. Weenieworld's one non-brainwashed writer must be working today as Hansen is properly described as a "deep threat." Lions signed WR Chad Hansen, formerly of the Texans. Hansen most recently came off the bench in place of Will Fuller (suspension) last year, totaling 17/236/1 as Houston's deep threat across its last five games. The 26-year-old lands in an optimal destination to carve out a role behind Tyrell Williams and Breshad Perriman if only for the negligent competition scattered across the rest of Detroit's depth chart.