- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Detroit Lions have waived two players in the first two days of the new waiver cycle.
On Monday, the Lions waived offensive lineman Darren Keyton. The Central Michigan product was signed to Detroit's practice squad earlier this year and was promoted to the active roster before the regular-season finale to take Dominic Raiola's roster spot.
Keyton was then waived the following Monday. He was waived again -- at least according to the official transaction wire -- again this Monday although he was never officially picked up again on the transaction wire after being waived.
In players who were actually claimed by the Lions, receiver/tight end Ifeanyi Momah was waived Tuesday for failure to disclose a medical condition. The Lions had signed Momah to a futures deal before their season even ended after having him on their practice squad for a week during the middle of the season.
The Lions waived offensive lineman Darren Keyton and receiver/tight end Ifeanyi Momah in the first two days of the new waiver cycle.