Raiders, Denzelle Good agree to reworked contract

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With their first training camp practice underway in Las Vegas, the Raiders have taken care of some business with one of their players returning from injury.

The club and offensive lineman Denzelle Good have agreed to a re-worked one-year contract, according to Field Yates of ESPN.

Good was slated to make a base salary of $3.09 million in 2022. But that has been reduced to $1.035 million with the opportunity to make $425,000 in incentives.

Good started 14 games for Las Vegas in 2020 but missed nearly all of the 2021 season after suffering a torn ACL in Week One. The offensive lineman has been medically cleared and is participating in Thursday’s first training camp practice, according to multiple reporters on the Raiders beat.

A Colts seventh-round pick in 2015, Good has appeared in 62 games with 43 starts in his career.

9 responses to “Raiders, Denzelle Good agree to reworked contract

  1. I smell something Fishy—-Maybe a free agent coming soon to a Silver and Black soon!

  2. That fishy smell is last place at the bottom!

    5-12 season coming up. Take that to the bank!

  3. supercharger says:
    July 21, 2022 at 12:31 pm
    That fishy smell is last place at the bottom!

    5-12 season coming up. Take that to the bank!


    You couldn’t have responded better to that, lol.

  4. The Raiders O line is horrid, too bad they didn’t use draft picks for the O Line and wasted it on an overrated WR.

    Raiders will have 6 wins this season, give or take.

  5. Chargers fans upset we beat them to get into the playoffs, then upgraded our defense and added the best WR in the game. Battle for last place is between you and the Donks

  6. Oh the Raiders haters are so funny. Their comments make them look like they really don’t follow the game. Cracks me up.

    I’m hoping this is more for extending Waller and Perryman than bringing in a free agent.


  7. Goode’s agent is awful. Two years ago he was really good. If he is back close to that our line is much, much better.

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