Leon Hall lives in Cali.
The 33-year-old Cornerback has reached an agreement with the Oakland Raiders on Thursday. He is considered a reserve in the defense of Paul Guenther – the Defensive Coordinator of Raiders was an assistant to Cincinnati Bengals when Hall was voted out of suffrage in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Hall, a native of California, appeared in nine games with the San Francisco 49ers last year and made a start with 16 tackles. The 12-year-old veteran spent his first nine seasons with the Bengali and won All-Pro honors in 2009. He has 27 career difficulties.
Here are more transactions that we monitor from Thursday:
1. The Washington Redskins confirmed the exact terms of their dealings with the Denver Broncos for safety Su & a Cravens . The Redskins acquired a fourth round (# 109), two fifth rounds (142, 163) and a conditional selection in 2020; the Broncos, in addition to Cravens, got a pick in the fourth round (113) and fifth round (149).
. 2 The Detroit Lions signed a close Levine Toilolo . NFL network insider Ian Rapoport reported that Toilolo's deal was $ 2 million for a year.
. 3 The Minnesota Vikings signed Return specialists and Cornerback Marcus Sherels and signed former Chiefs and Titans linebacker Reshard Cliett .
. 4 The Buffalo Bills signed former Chiefs Cornerback Phillip Gaines .