Raiders sign Greg Van Roten

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The Raiders have added some depth to their offensive line.

Las Vegas signed Greg Van Roten on Friday, the club announced.

Van Roten, 33, spent last season with the Bills. He appeared in all 16 of the club’s regular-season games with four starts. He played 33 percent of the team’s offensive snaps and 19 percent of special teams snaps.

Van Roten entered the league as an undrafted player out of Penn back in 2012 with the Packers. He spent a couple of years playing for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL before making his way back to the NFL in 2017.

In all, Van Roten has played in 93 games with 54 starts for the Packers, Panthers, Jets, and Bills.

5 responses to “Raiders sign Greg Van Roten

  1. Remember him well when he was with my team the Packers happy to hear he’s still playing there is no other position then OL were if you have the right disposition and a hard worker you sure can make it.

  2. You don’t want this guy playing. He was on the Jets 2 years ago and literally was driven into the backfield on every play. Nice guy, hard worker,but his body is beat up and he just can’t move any decent D lineman.

  3. This guy is awful which is why he’s on a new team every year. This is likely camp veteran fodder/back up potential only. Otherwise, Garoppolo is in trouble.

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