Raiders sign Jacob Bobenmoyer to three-year deal

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The Raiders signed long snapper Jacob Bobenmoyer to a three-year, $3.815 million deal with $1 million guaranteed, Aaron Wilson of KPRC reports.

Bobenmoyer is following special teams coordinator Tom McMahon to Las Vegas from Denver.

Mitchell Fraboni is the Broncos’ long snapper.

The Broncos signed Fraboni when Bobenmoyer went on injured reserve Oct. 10 with a hand injury. Bobenmoyer returned after missing the required four games.

He played 46 games over three seasons with Denver.

10 responses to “Raiders sign Jacob Bobenmoyer to three-year deal

  1. Sieg, Cole and Carlson have been near perfect together. Stop fixing what ain’t broke and fix the defense for the first time in 20 plus years.I hate Pats West, zero confidence they have anything resembling a plan.

  2. Why would we want to change our current long snapper SIEG who has rhythm and chemistry with Pro Bowl level linkers AJ COLE and DANIEL CARLSON.

    Makes no sense

  3. This guy is doing the same thing he did when he was with Denver. He thinks he is Billy B and hes far from it. Signed a long snapper years ago in Denve for no reason. Got rid of a bunch of players just like in Las Vegas. Guys a clown and will be gone in a year. Little Man SD

  4. Well that should be the key to them making a Super Bowl run next year. It hurts to be a fan of this team.

  5. DAVE ZEIGLER MAKES THESE TRANSACTIONS, HES THE GM. why would anyone pin this on JMD ?? i hope its not because he benched carr !!

  6. McDaniels doesn’t know how to enhance quality, only tear it down and do it HIS way. The GM doesn’t have much say due to coach telling him what he needs to succeed. By the time Mark Davis realizes Josh blowing up any progress it’ll be way too late !!!

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