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"That's the plan in hand," Ihedigbo told the Detroit News as he was leaving the building Thursday.
The Detroit Free Press is reporting part of the issue for Ihedigbo is his representation.
Ihedigbo, who would come into Detroit as a strong candidate to start at safety opposite Glover Quin, had 99 tackles and three interceptions last season. He is the first safety the Lions have targeted for a visit in free agency, although they have expressed interest in former Miami safety Chris Clemons and were reportedly interested in T.J. Ward, who signed with Denver.
Ihedigbo played the past two seasons in Baltimore under new Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.
The Lions are searching for a replacement for Louis Delmas, whom the team released in February. Delmas then signed with Miami earlier this week.
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- James Ihedigbo left the Detroit Lions facility Thursday without a contract, but told reporters he would like to sign with the team soon.