The Raiders had millions to spend in free agency and plenty of needs to fill. It adds up to an active week in Oakland.
The last new addition comes on the offensive line. The Raiders have announced that Kevin Boothe has signed a free-agent deal.
For Boothe, it’s a return to the team that drafted him in 2006. After appearing in 16 games (with 14 starts) as a rookie, the Raiders waived Boothe.
He then landed with the Giants, winning a pair of Super Bowl rings and starting 16 games in 2013.
Per a league source, it’s a two-year deal for Boothe, who played left guard and center for the Giants last year.