After releasing guard Richie Incognito earlier this month, it looks like the veteran guard and the Silver and Black were able to work out a deal.
On Wednesday, the Las Vegas Raiders officially announced the re-signing of Incognito.
The one-year deal is reportedly worth $2.6 million, with $1.1 million guaranteed.
The deal is in the team’s favor as the Silver and Black, alongside the rest of the NFL, are working with a tighter salary cap than years past.
The news was no surprise to Incognito fans, as Richie himself announced the news on Twitter March 17.
The 6-foot-4, 322-pound guard is coming off a 2020 season in which he started and played for only two games. He missed 14 games due to an Achilles injury.
During his first season with the Raiders in 2019, Incognito started in all 12 appearances and was named a Pro Bowl alternate.
He helped running back Josh Jacobs become the first 1,000-yard rookie rusher in franchise history.
Incognito, a four-time Pro Bowler, is a welcomed return to the Silver and Black after an off-season that has completely turned the Raiders' offensive line upside down.
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