Cam Sutton has been contacted by Mike Tomlin

Lions Void Sutton’s $10.5 Million Guarantee Days After His Release on Domestic Battery Charges

The Detroit Lions are in the process of voiding the $10.5 million guaranteed for cornerback Cam Sutton’s 2024 season, just five days after he was released due to a warrant being issued for his arrest in Florida on charges of domestic battery by strangulation, a third-degree felony that carries a potential five-year prison sentence. Despite this, there have been no updates on Sutton’s whereabouts or well-being.

There has been speculation and concern about Sutton’s safety as he has not made contact or turned himself in since the news broke. With the NFL owners meeting taking place this week, questions are expected to be directed towards the Lions and Sutton’s former team, the Steelers. Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin has stated that he had reached out to Sutton regarding off-field issues but declined to provide further details.

Sutton was drafted in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft and had a successful seven-year career with nine interceptions in 101 games before joining the Lions in 2023. In his first season with Detroit, he appeared in 17 games, recording 65 tackles, four tackles for loss, six pass defenses, and one interception. The expectation was for him to bounce back from a challenging previous season with the addition of new defensive backs to the roster.

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