On Tuesday the Detroit Lions added more wide receiver depth to their roster by signing veteran wideout Anquan Boldin to a one year deal.

Boldin, 35, is now back with his former offensive coordinator in Lions head coach Jim Caldwell. The two were both apart of the 2012 Baltimore Ravens team that won Super Bowl XLVII (47).

Boldin has spent 13 years previously in the NFL amassing over 1,000 catches and 74 touchdowns in his career thus far. That number is especially impressive given half of his career he was lined up on the opposite side of the field as Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona.

Though his age might present some worries consider that Boldin has played 15+ games a season every year since 2009.

Last season he was named the Walter Payton Man of the Year for his community service.

The Lions now have a large wide receiver pool in an attempt to replace the retired Calvin Johnson. Marvin Jones was signed earlier this offseason to add to an emerging Golden Tate. Now Boldin gives the Lions three veteran receivers on offense this season.