Detroit Lions should sign these UFL players in NFL free agency | Sporting News

A name I haven’t seen before:

S Kai Nacua

Detroit could use more depth options at safety in training camp, so why not add one of the UFL’s interceptions and passes defensed leaders?

Nacua, who played in 25 games (three starts) over three seasons in the NFL, was tied for the UFL lead in interceptions (three) and passes defensed (eight) while also finishing with one sack and in the top 10 in tackles among defensive backs, earning his way on to the All-UFL team.

And, yes, Nacua is the brother of outstanding Los Angeles Rams receiver Puka Nacua, so the pedigree is there for a player who did a little bit of everything with the Panthers.