Former Lions punter Nick Harris will rejoin the team after Detroit placed Ben Graham on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday afternoon.
Harris was released from the Lions after the 2011 preseason and spent last year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. This season, he was in camp with the Carolina Panthers.
Harris punted with the Lions from 2003-2010. He has averaged more than 40 yards per punt over the course of his career in the NFL.
Graham injured his calf on the punt play that resulted in a touchdown for the Titans on Sunday afternoon.
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