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NFL News on DL: Seymour Accepts $12.4M Deal with Oakland Raiders

Sunday, June 20th, 2010 at 12:49 pm , filed under Players by

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Richard SeymourOn Saturday, NFL Defensive Lineman, Seymour has agreed for new deal with Oakland Raiders.

Seymour and Oakland Raiders made a contract which worth’s $12.4 millions for the upcoming season. This new deal indicates that there will be fresh contracts for all seniors in the Oakland Raiders team. Raider’s management has also announced that the process of signing with rookies will begin shortly.

Raiders placed a tag on Seymour in February and assured a salary of at least $12.398 million for the next season which was the average salary in the last season. This is the fifth highest-paid defensive ends in the league.

Seymour had no chance to play for other teams and it was must to play for Raider’s. Raider’s coach, Tom Cable said that the team seeks long-term deal with Seymour but, he signed only on one-year deal. Seymour was missed the Raider’s entire off-season camp and he will join in the upcoming training camp at Napa on July 28.

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