The Detroit Lions added a veteran cornerback on Monday in Quinton Dunbar, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.

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Dunbar began his career with the Washington Football Team, playing his first five seasons there until last year when the Seattle Seahawks acquired him for a 2020 fifth-round draft pick.

The 28-year-old University of Florida alum amassed nine interceptions during his Washington career, but he really took off in his final year with the team (2019), which just so happened to be the season that he gained a stable starting position as the team’s left cornerback.

Quinton Dunbar picked up four interceptions that season to go along with 37 combined tackles and a career-high Approximate Value of 4.

The Lions have long been in need of defensive help, and according to Pro Football Reference, Detroit had the worst defense in terms of both points allowed and yardage allowed across the entire NFL. In fact, the team’s defense has long been porous (save for the 2014 team that finished with an 11-5 record and lost in the Wild Card game) since its heyday in the late 60s (during the Super Bowl era at least).

Detroit has had an extremely active offseason, moving franchise stalwart quarterback Matthew Stafford to the Rams for Jared Goff. The Lions have also shored up their defense in other ways by signing defensive end Charles Harris, linebacker Alex Anzalone and fellow cornerback Corn Elder.

Clearly, the Lions are looking for a fresh start under new head coach Dan Campbell–with defense being the focus.