Reggie McKenzie must have had some sort of wholesale deal for defenders, because the reported signing of cornerback Joselio Hanson would mark the fourth defensive player the Raiders have reached a new agreement with on Tuesday alone.
Hason, 31, will return to the Raiders secondary this season on a one-year deal, according to reports and Hanson himself:
Raider Nation I’m Back!
— Joselio Hanson (@_Joselio23) April 10, 2013
The Raiders picked up Hanson just before the season last year after he failed to make the Eagles’ final roster. He played in 16 games for Oakland, starting five, and finished the year with two interceptions.
McKenzie’s latest additions to the defensive side of the ball have been bought in bulk. Hanson, entering his ninth NFL season, will make the fourth defensive player to come to terms with the Raiders in the last 24 hours, following cornerback Mike Jenkins, free safety Usama Young and defensive end Andre Carter.
I wonder if McKenzie was also able to get a hot dog or a chicken bake sandwich on his way out the door on Tuesday. Sorry, that was a Costco joke. A bad one. I’ll show myself the door.